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Array ^E ORANBROOK HERALD.
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VOLUME  8,
I'ltANUKOOK,   UIIITISII   COLUMBIA,   TIII'RSDAT,   DECEMBER    II,    1905.
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ist Prize Ad. j j |n Christmas 1 I „2nd Prize Ad-
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Come!   Come!
li will |i.i\ wm in come .-mil look til I Ik- larg
i si iii iiiii. i) stock in ilie Kootenays before
(ruing elsewhere lo select Christmas (lifts
fur your friends,
A few reasons why it will pay you to deal
with us,
We have the largest and moat varied stock in
the district and control a number of special
line's. Owing lu the fact that our Holiday
Stock was all bought early in the spring al
a saving of ten per cent, we are able to sell
cheaper than anyone- else in the district.
Our stock consists of all sorts of Dolls, Toys,
Hooks, Qames, etc We have a large range
of beautiful French, English and Japanese
China. All sorts of Leather (ioods, including Bags, Card Cases, Purses, Travelling
Bags, etc.
Everything In the line of Pipes, Smokers' Supplies, Razors,
Shaving Mirrors .mil Outfits, Brush anil Comb Sets, Mani
cur,: Set.,, ,'t*:.
Everything in thc line oi Christmas Calendars and Cards,
Lowney s Famous Chocolates in Fancy Xmas Boxes and
many other things we have not space to mention. Don't
forget wc c.tn s.t*,' you money irom now until Xmas. We
wiil give a discount ol 10 p. c. oil tor cash.   Come and see.
Shoppi
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he early bird catches the worm
and early buyers here are getting the cream ol the Fancy
Goods   in  East    Kootenay.
It will pay you  to  buy  early.     We
are increasing our staff daily and will
give you as good  service as possible
under the rushed circumstances, and
we guarantee to give you more goods
(quality considered) for the Dollar than
any other store of our kind in the
West.    Don't forget 90c. buy $1.00
worth of goods.
110 p. c. C©csh Discount
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Written   especially   for   Beattie    &
♦ Atchison, by Lionel Leask, age 10 year
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Lest We Forget
The only place to buy Xmas. Goods
is at the great toy department. Wc
have the most complete stock ol
Xmas  Goods in the West.
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Toys,  Hulls,  Toilet Sets,
Manicure Sets,
Sterling Silver   Novelties,
Military Sets,
Mantle   Ornaments    and
Bric-a brae of all sorts,
Card Cases,   Cigar Cases,
Snitiker Sets, Pipes,
Shaving Sets,
Chinoware,    Slag    Horn
Novelties, Books,
Lowney's Chocolates.
Christmas is coming,
And don't forget,
Thai Beattie & Atchison,
Have the best stuck yet.
Dolls with Blue eyes,
And brown ones ton.
Get There and buy.
Before other folks do.
Novelties, leather goods,
China galore,
Toys of all sorts,
All over the floor.
Our stock is large,
Our price is small,
We mark our goods,
To suit you all.
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WHERE IT PAYS TO DEAL
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Beattie s Btcbtson
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THE CANADIAN BANK!
OF COMMERCE
Paid up Capital. $8,700,000        Reserve Fund, $3.b00,000
HEAD in in I-    TORONTO
B. E. WALKER, Gi M i \   I URD, Awl  Gen'l Manager
HANK MONEY ORDERS
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*We   Welcome   Yo\ifL
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!*?! whether you intend to be a customer or nut,    lltosewh Ij BK
\k look  will  carry  tiwuy impressions of our goods. Unit wi feci jte,
(>j5 must be favorable    Always ulad to nsBissI callers lo acquire gfji
3i; all the knowledge of our stock thai they desire, or Ihal we are jjjji
i_ able to inipart,   .lust now we are invilinn special attention to ggi
M our XMAS STOCK,   This is superior lo the average displa. SB
If. of these goods, and for thai reason we «ii-li I" make uur nui JC ,
3| tiilimi in vou to call os earnest andforceful its we possibly can. ids
1 W.H.WILSON,   SS? |
yuu seen     Beattie A Atchi-     Born   on Dec.  10th     1905   I     Mi
Son's little Christmas booklet,     It is and Mrs   Dan Burton   a   laughtei
a beauty ami just the kind o( a book;    Born    on Dec .    5   to Mr,
lh.it you would naturally expect that; and Mrs   Lyman Taylor   a daughter.
linn to Issue.     If you have not seen i    Bom on  Dec   Ulh,  1905,  to   Mr.
one be sure and   ask fot one.    They | and Airs. 0, C   Han        a
cost you nothing and    il will afford     Born on Dec   Uth    1905 Ml
you great pleasure to read it. and Mrs, Dufourd. a daughter.
nnMWnnh BRANCH
I. C. MALPAS Mgr.
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IHPERIAL BANK |
OF CANADA?
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Deposits ol $i and upwards received and inlerest ,il- *
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-WILGA" PRSV TE HOTEL
The most comfortable house and the best
table in the Kootenays
Apply for terms Mrs. Holford, Cranbrook
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BEALE & ELWELL
HAV I: POR SALE
2 acres ol Imul which cun-
ittii be equalled as a build
iiiK Bite Inr n warehouse,
ice house, factory nr oilier
large building.
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ENAMEL  SOUVENIRS
Ale and Stout
Cranbrook Beer
Cranbrook Porter
Schiltz Beer
O'Brien's & Burke's Irbh
Uewar's. Dawson's,
Sanderson's, and D.C.I..
Scotch Whiskies.
Walker's, Qooderham's,
and Seagram's
I've Whiskies
A. L. HcDERMOT
Send in Your
XMAS   ORDERS
at once by
Mail, Telephone,
or Telegraph
WHOLESALE
WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS
CRANBROOK   -   -   B.C.
We have just opened up a large assortment of the
latest designs in souvenir goods.
Coffee spoons, brooches, tie pins, sash pins, salt
spoons, sugar tongs, pickle fork.', etc.
Any of these would make a nice Xmas present for
your friends at home, being small and easily mailed.
Wm. F. Tate & Son,   ^So^
Olfioial   Watch  inspectors,  Chows Nest    l'tuiu   Division, 0,   I'   B
A Large-Assortment
-of—
Brandies, Tom Gins,
Holland Qins.
The Finest Stock of
Sorts, Sherries,
Sauterne, Clarets,
And Other Wines
I am going out of
the Cigar Trade and
am selling my Stock
of Cigars at Cost.
Write for Prices today. "Don'l Delay" THE   CUANBROOK   HKllAI.ll
CRANBROOK  BERALD
by   Tbe   Herald   Publlsblug   Company.
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tliylue ui  Un- one leprtlsenlall..    "I
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In all  Hit.  King's Uuliiaiii,
Aial 1  ua, ;   .j„..„ mj   falue ubluad
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Tlie 11,'i.itil ll tinl.iv Hit- h-aditm
paper ul Hit- district anil lias ben
'iiiui.' sn in tin* people, li is the
public that control in such matters     I
The Corbln road will sunn b,- open]
 n Yulik tu Bonners Perry.
The pt-i,pic nl Spokane have declared
themselves must emphatically in lav-
,ii ol tlu. Corbln road entering ili.it I
• ity, notwithstanding tl,,- veto ul il.e'
uriliiiance by Hit' mayor. Spokatte
u.u,is connection with tl,,- t'  r  It
li was a bitter light in Saskatche*
Mali      luu  tlitlt'l   Im   Hit' good  ul  111,'
people     Tliere is no sense in carr)
11,11       !",l|l|i*,,|    Mtllll-SlS   III   such      im
I  l.l <Tlll\     l\   SASK \ Il'l I KM AY I
lli,* reports ul lhe elect tan in Sas
l.iiiIn-it.iii iiiu- ,i Liberal victot-y I.v
a small iii.i.iuini      There are    um,
,.i una,- dislriel. ii-i in it,miii   It,,iii
, ,,,'t ami lluuliain were cli-ctcil
111    IlKATII   II.
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Thai  I,  V"ii . Truly   ain'l
KlilTtlHIAL MI'I KS
The  Herald
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entitled lo ilia In-
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The city cum
IiiiiI city guvel
■ million in Cm
hi,V.'   to   be   a,Im
and condilliilii
a yeai   Inan  In
will be m-i*,-.*..,
public positions
grenl deal ul i*
Slum! up i"i
'Hie   1 I.i ..i.l
kuuwn liuin-   ii
pliincal   ll   taia
known.    Seven
newspapei
ullli-e is ,i imiile
aim, liiililai . ii,
imlilia olliee  ,    .
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speaking .
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tliilia llie ui.iltei   ml
lies  tun  laaali lul   I
tin- Herald,
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A  li	
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were giv
break Hi
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lhu   Null   Yuri!
Iliisl.s  it tliey
hal       lluillil   sunn
Well, il they iiiu
snit-lv  bleak the
making ginnl pro-
mv.
Tin- Cranhrook board ot trade
seems tu have ilmpped inlu a slate
ul innocuuiis desuetude. Cranbrook
nevei needed a live board ul trade
more than she dues righl now Tliere
ate many things ahead lor the tuwu
if the pcoplo i*u after them. An
energetic tioiinl of trade is n potent
factor in tin* upbuilding ul any town,
1,et bin uiae bas adopted a good plan
tu keep up lbe Interest iu Hie meetings nt ils Imaiil. one member is
selected in bring up a subject lur
discussion nt lbe nexl meeting ami
In, opens tbe argument with Ins
statement. (tl course Hie subjects
are lines Hint have a bearing uu' the
prosperity ol ihe town. Tlu* plan
is working nicely in Lethbridge and
uoulil prove a winner in Cranhrook,
In Lothhrldgo the Call nml is de
lii'eiaii in y.iiu cellar tor 13.35 a lon,
In Cranbrook it costs H7.,.0 a ton.
There is a big difference and the
jienple ot Cranbrook hnve in pay it.
When a papei says linil il is Liberal nr Conservative t,, lhe core il
displays a weakness, That means
that it will support a candidate nf
the parly regardless,
Ihere is cninK to be some gucssim-
as tn ihe Conservative candidate Ior
this district when a provincial el,-,-,
linn is called.    It is imt going to ha
Hie an ill    sailing lhat   many    bad
until' pated ,i lew weeks ago,     'in (net
'■ Is '"" I that there mav he iwo
rn* three Richmond! in ibe field.
Li'tbhllil.,   ,,i,|   |.*,.,„i,.  I,,.,,,,  poljtlca
out of their iiliiini ipul elections   ami
Hie peuple nia ini, 1,1,   r|,,,| ,,[ ||
ll   i* , li,,*   7 -i.. da)  tin'
inn,-lal   was  held  al     UllVlllV I       "I
,; ne Yarvtsieh, un Austrian    em
aim    Ilia   British   I-L.lllllll.il.    I    ai
pel einii|,.,iii s smell,■;. wlm 11.
lllll   la laalli   In    In,,I.,i'll   Slug     ..I
.na siiielii't carl) mi Miindd) morn
mt II,* lingi-lcil eighteen hours unci    Hit-       .III l.lflll.        l.iJllsn ||   Was    .1
slagput  t,-iuial  mi ihe tixlict     train
ui Which II,-nine lllllllll WUS llinlni
111,111 ll    IMM   VI.".   .1     III     Wll *li      Un
train   weul tun  lu the end ni    slag
Mail, Su. i. al. il iml,aa «lllllll mill,I ,
.,1   lllll  Sllip  llll'  I lain ll   Wi'lii   uial   Ha'
end ul Hie i.uls .oal down tne »ln| i
ihe iliiiu|i The inl li i slim poured
uvei Varvlsich, wlm shrieked mt
Iniiilli in hi. agony Frederic Kef
iei heard tbe cries nt Varvisicii at
Ins residence ami was uile ol ihe Hist
at ilu- scene ,,i the fatality, The!
,11'iim had Ins clothes quite bullied
,11  ami    |il,-"in,-,l    a   1,a lllill-     sight.
Uillllll    Wei,I   ,lllllll   Hie   dill!]])   Willi   I,la ;
miilui ami .,1 si miraculously escaped senilis iniiiii. sustaining Inn ll
lew scratches. everything possible
mis iluiie Im ihe Injured man, hm lie
expired Tuesdav evening at ihe hospital
\   i* nai'.   iiiii   was   empaneled
MMicnl.ii in in Foster, ami ., mm
iiul ni ucciilenliil ilciiih was returned
Spokl
OFFICKItS IN SI'lllv \ni:
   Itell
S >
nl iiill open giuir
ne lllulc the i'
eninl system's
um; Iiiii,  iii  Hi
Upl
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I.nil,,11 I',
al offices
Hainan  I.
am a
  II   tun
assume   wide    proportions milil thu
complel il ihe    Spokanc-lnicriia-
iiiii.iit line, the establishment ol the
general olllees Is ciiiiteni|ilated as  an
opening   wedge,     lo li p shipper..
pending ll„- Lim,. when ilu- C. I'. II
is iii ii posll inli  In Iiii  ilnwii    height
in the    ,'ci.tci   ni   Spokane e my
Among Canadian Paclllc men, the
matter lius reached the polnl where
appticatliitis me being made for tlie
agency. Richard Vi. Hi aw, chlel
chirk lo the assistant general freight
agent at Nelson, B. C., is suggested
as a prubabie appointee, Mr, Drew
has been identified wilh the Canadian
Pacific in tin* Kootenays lot lilleeii
lean., ami is widely known. He was
in Spokane a lew weeks agu.
FORESTERS' ELECTION,
'lhe election ul ollieers uf Courl
Cranbrouk, .No. MM., AuclcnL Oidei
ol Foresleis, liu the nexl twelve
months resulted as follows:
A. McCowan—C. k. (re-elected).
IV. Toubcy—s. I'. II, (re-elected).
J Sims—Secretary, (re-elected),
■I. Boyes—.Treasurer.
.1. McDonald—S. Vi. (re-elected),
J. .Suuih, ,1. W.
u. W. Abbuit-s. 1). (re-elected).
vv. Haywood—J, B.
Ttustees— J, Laurie, A. Hood ami
it. Edmondson,
Auditors—W, McUottald, S. Marshall and 1-'. McKenna,
TIIK HERALD ANNUAL,
The Herald Annual is delayed in
publication un account ol the papei
un which il ,s iu Ih- printed not arriving until three days agu when it
slminil have arrived iwu weeks agu
in* more, The force is working
night ami day and the paper vvill be
issued by the middle uf next week.
Those wishing in send away copies
musl get iu their orders al once us
they uie going like Iiul takes. Ami
pcoplo sending tut* cuples musl send
postage as tliey cannot be scut
through Ute mails this year as a
regular newspaper,
MASKED IIAI.I,.
The C. I'. R. Quadrille club, which
is giving such an enjuyablc series   uf
dances at Hie Wentworth hall, Intends
tu bave a grand masquerade ball un
the 3*1 lb ul January.    This will   be
the great    night  nt    lhe club events.
The executive    means un    this ueca-
siou lo show what they fun do in Hie
mailer uf uni-ring a good entertainment.     It will have a try for    lbe
Railway Trainmens' ball record, and
liupcs lu win uui.     ll, may, fur sume
uf llle leading trainmen have a band
—ami a big hand—Iii the promotion of
the ball masque
Sume nf the costumes are already
I'niler the law nn member nl a city [ suggostod.      One Icllow will go   as
uiiniil mm receive directly oi  unlit- n't   ostrich   egg.     lit,   is elegantly
cilv any benefll Irom anv sale to tho bald-headed,    Another will g„ as  a
municipality   wlthoul    laying himsclt lighted cigar.     He is violently   ted
liable to tlie law and Insing his of- headed     Several will appear dlsguis
lice. This hardly seems fan but
is the law, ami cannol he di,thiol bv
taking contracts thrniigli otbei pen
pie Tbe Herald does nnl see why
a business man should mil Inn a .t
light to sell his goods it, the city
even il lie does belong tu the council,
but the legislature thought otherwise
so (hat settles if 01 course it wus
done tn prevent certain kinds ul grail
but it bars a business man oi :i con
tractor from enjoying whal really
.seems  tu lie Ins just   tights
l.iinill STAND,
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RETIRING FROH BUSINESS
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You are not called upon to ho a Inp, but yon arc called upon to dress according fo
the mode that prevails.
The 20th Century Brand of Clothing
is designed for men of fine habits in dress While il is ready
for wear i l Is equal in every respeel in the hi custom wink
of cily tailors. I his in ike nf clothing has I he merit uf being
not only well designed, but of being thoroughly « 11 made
as well,    li retains ii-, good appearance to the ver. iml.
We are proud lu sell il aud yuu will be proud to \\ ..'ar ll.
These goods will be sold al the exact wlinlesali cosl
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eat Slaughter
On
Goino'
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■ something lo please
Our store is full ul' Xmas Novell ie-
the young as well as the old.
The line is to varied to make individu I mention of All
Io be sacrificed, All tu go at the exact Wholesale cost, as
we intend llii--, to be uur lasl Xmas lieu, and we respectfully
ask you to call and examine. Positively a pleasure to show
our goods.
AU Must Go-HILL & Co.-All Must Go
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ASK  Yon:   Ml* Al lli
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"luirtVa Own"
'luirtva IMoneeva'
Spanisb Blossom
UNION   MADE CIGARS
Kurtz's Pioneer
ttigar factory
IH Cordova St., Ut.
Uancoiwer - B. C
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l NOW IS THE TIME
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IcaMno Business
Ifxmses of ftavgs*
VlllC    ClK Smeller Oil v...
Miirvsville liu- Liinie
Inlu   her   iiuii.     The
luiVIl  llllll    litis   U  JILT*
iiiiiiK'tit payroll nnil in
Hie gateway ul the Si.
'lurjs valley. _* Tho
Herald can licorlllj
Intlnrse Hie Following
business Itniises;
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DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP]
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing be- \
tweon the undersigned in conducting
the business of lie contracting bus,
lliis day been dissolved. The business will be conducted Irom Ibis ilnv |
by Hugh Lamont who assumes nil indebtedness of tbe linn tn this date I
and to whom all hills due the linn I
are payable.
Hugh Lamont,
Robert Wright.
Dated this     Oth dny   of Deccmho
1905. 38-3t
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See   Our  Stoves
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I Central Hote
^ R, Johnson, Proprietor
ilai
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1  Wood   Bui
Also Coul  ;.
ill your ruqui
ns before yon buy
I Wood Kuniai-i'b
'itii'iitb uf
CHRISTMAS    EXCURSIONS   VIA
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
The Canadian Pacific railway announce daily low excursion rates,
first-class with three months limit,
fiom all Kootenay and Crows Nest
points, to nil points in Eastern Canada. Tin- rate from Cranhrooii ta
Toronto and all points in Ontaflu,
except north of Cravcnhursi and wuul
of Pembroke; Montreal ami any points
west in province of Quebec, is $1*3 50;
Quebec is $-1.50; Si. John, N,B,
Sll.lii, Halifax, $17,50, higher than
Montreal, with cor respond ing rates
to othei points easi uf Montreal.
For passengers Inking advantage o(
Xmas sailings lo England, specially
low rales will lie quoted to Atlantic
scabbard, Full particulars, standard
of tourist sleeper reservations, can be
had on application In .1 K. Carter.
DP.A , Nelson.
cCallum & Co.
IIjii-iIvviiiv Merclmutu
The lending ho- ti
ft
Iel in the Sl. ft
Marys  valley, ti
v* ■ '     ft
ft Dining Room service lhc best. ft
ti The place to slop when visiting the Smeller Cily ffl,
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1 The Royal Hotel
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|  B C. Livery and  Feed  Stables {
£J A. P. Chenette Proprietor
ti. Has been recently refurnished and is now one o( '$
ti the besl hotels in tlie dislriel.   Headquarters for ffl
8 lhe people. ffl
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| Marysville Drug Co.
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STOCK QUOTATIONS
ed ns gentlemen,    anil are perfectly
eel lain that uu one will ever pierce
the deception,     ll  will be a   great
night, uml preparations are   already
undei way In ensure its success in all
lt~'a,u"t',jls l Kumislieii by Beale A Elwell,  Uroh
ers, Cranbrook, 11. t.'.
St. Eugene        fid
Cjiiiiiiliiiii  llnlilliellts     5
IVesli'lll Oil  & Coal  lil
Kaslu Koolenalan     i'mm now on-1 International Coal & Coke .30
ward, anil    as luii|.    as the present SJ'l'ivan
owner has control,     lhe Koolenalan   "nr    e-sgle  -I
■  Iwill be nui un Independent lines.   It North Star s
Cranbrook   must   have llie Koote- will be run fur   neither one political I Rambler Cariboo :t5
imv Central,     It means much to this  parly nor another.     In a city    theIMarconi Wireless (Canadian)  4.nil
lown, and ils loss would prove a sail   size uf Kaslu, a     hidebound pal ti/.an | ,("cky   Mountain  Oil   .. 85
Wow     But to get, such Improvements paper is, we think, entirely mil    ult   Sales-KIOII   Western   Oil St Coal;
tlie people must  be wide awake    to plaee.     our efforts, therefore, in thei1"1"1 nortii Star.
tlieir   interests     and  lie  willing     In  future,  will be ilireeleil  In the inter  ♦	
work Irani l,,i llie good things ol this est ami upbuilding nl lhe lown   nml| TENDERS
earth, , in the development    nf tbe rich min-  Por carpenter work on Kire Hull will
  'eral resources of tbe district   whieh be received liy the undersigned up to
Don'l   forget   that   thc    Kootenay surrounds It.    In polities it will sup- noon ol Wednesday, thc .Olh, 11)05
Central would give to Cranbrook lbe port the man rather than tbe   party     Specifications can be seen al     the
     country and place honesty unit integrity    be-  Cily Clerk's Office.
trade
vvlntli r
if    tlir
Willi
In   la
growing trade,  fore "patronage" and "graft '
C. II. Prest, Clcik.
Kiisi i-l.-ws li'iu'i. lair.' nml stvlinli tennis, Drivera
and [.noli horses for uny point in the district,
Blacksmith and Woodwork Shop
Sume old stand opposite station
DEZALL   BROTHERS
Wc carry a complete slock of every llilng in Ihc ft
Drug and Stationery line. No need in send awnj H
for your goods. 68
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11 NOTICE 11
JAMES   KERRIGAN
bugs In notify the residonlsof Gust ICootenuy Mini lie has
iiddeil a MINERAL WATER FACTORY to his estab.
lisliini'iii ninl uiiniil I'linliiilli siilinil uny resident or traveler to cnll or spud fur n sample order (particularly by the
trad,i) nn,I uuiii.tnii'i'.s his m,mils superior to any in the dis-
trict. Tin- public are respootfullj1 requested to visit usiiiiil
si ilu the goods nl tlio factory.
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IF YOU WANT |
clothing that is "Gilt Edge" in name, |
"Gilt Edge" in material, "Gilt Edge" in !
make call and see thc new stock of Ready *,
made clothing just received
Labor.
All Union |
LEASK & HENDERSON Show I
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The Herald, $2.00
A Year THE   CBANBBOOK   HERALD
A mining expert who
appreciates good
boots-Leckie Boots-
Vi ":- ^.   ) ! writes us as follows:
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J. Leckie Co., Ltd, Vancouver,
B. C.
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THE  CORBIN  ROAD
Tin* final survey ol the Corbin road
from the boundary tu Spokane    has
been     settled     Tbe Spokesman-He-
view nl lasl Saturday Ba) s:
Although grading ou the north hall
it  ihe road has been undei   waj   Ioi
iihhmI,s aud I-- well undei   wa)       lu
 pi-1i"ii.     the route   "f  the  roi
i  Siiukanc lu Samlpoiut, Idaho
lutul ul 711 utiles, was only determi
-il     within tin- pasl few days.   Mai
MEETING OF THE
FIRE BRIGADE
ELECTION     OK   i'1-TI' IK--   ASI
OTHER   IMPORTANl     B
NESS   IKANSAI
A meeting „l lhe Cranbruuk volun
j te,i tire in igade was 1 ts tin
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Xt Bis Sale In Oriental  Novelties g
%* This i<   i Ureal Opportunity lo gel Xmas Novelties XX
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Wong- Fongf, who his ,\ store on Armstrong
Ave., says that his stock is too big. He has
ju-.t relumed irom China where he bought .1
big stock ol orientalnoveltieSf silk goods, br.tss
ornaments, etc., and he must sell, no matter
how low. to raise the cash. He will have
some great bargains the next two weeks.
Remember the pl.uv, opposite imperial Hotel,
Armstrong Avenue.
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L, CLAPP W. ROLLINS
The Wentworth
Clann & Rollins,
1 he Ne« Managers.
P
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f& llrnp in and see ns au> lime.    We aire on deck 2S hours' g|
3 mil oi lhe 21 M
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I The Cosmopolitan 1
<-il     iiiilnii ilu* pasl  lew days.   Mat- ami I have been nam
let    alic linn  tiRliI "' »'»)   l'-"'l 'I lu   lu * resume nl alia     .
ilu- mail selectit.u nl the line tu 1,1 ,—
lillll.lMll     nm   n     i,..   i ..l"'1"*
l,,11,,ua,I,    Iiiii   lbe   eli     lias   li-..
made I iin* skcti h bcrewith   Ituv.
lbe resull
li will In* iinieil llial aflei paralel
nn-, ilm fiiaiii ,r VI.-in* electric i".n
11.,-,!, i,,i .,1 i in, mile   the Spol
Site I ll I ml 1M. 1 l< >ll.l I , !,aa.es .tint ,1V lllll, u t i.e.,,.i up Spokane valley, abou,
i,inlimn   lietweeu the S'oltbelli I'm illi
 I    the ilai im*    I     The -I
runs     innltl.it   l.aliveaii      l',,.l   Kail.
llllll     Ilall al   aial   1 11,   ..[     Ill,
Inn   Kill llll I    Mali.,,  al I   tin
anl, ll     II,,     nl li'ilialll     , \|„ ft, ,
the  im.   im ulil    un l,i,l.- spirit   lake,
I,ui   Un. li.r. nm  pruved in be     tin
llniiaiei   Mi   Curlilu has    in
illialiil   llial   I a   Ol   lalti   a   Inal.< I,
viniilil In* nm I., ilia lake      V a	
nl iniles south    ill   llhol   Mali	
ilbrupl iiiiii ii, iiii- iimtli i. laken
 neilialeli  .lll.l  Iiii- Nm im -iii  Had
ll,    is   miSSCll   llll    lb,'   see,nnl   	
Sltlrllllg   llle    wesl   llllil   ensl    lialllm
•speeliieli   nl luivcl   .mil  upper   11....
e IS   llie   II Inn
ilm. lakes ll
vallej   an,
i,,  iin- e.i
aliiii|>l   lu
HI the I't-ii.l an,,-,li
and crossed, and   a
lie  Mi
liliiliii       Neai  Satulpoinl
..s between lhc (Ileal Nnl-
llielii antl Nul'llleril I'm Ha mails iiiiiI
through tin- center nf tbe cily. Continuing norlh, wilb nn easterly trend,
llie line touches Kliuiiii aiid Naples,
paralieiing tlie Oreal Northern.
About two miles norlh ot Naples llie
Spokane International crosses the
(Ileal Northern and continues north
inilil n liiaiil almost line west uf Milliners Ferry is reached and a sharp
nun eastward made In the town anil
ilm Kootenay river, where a hum
bridge will lie constructed. Thence
lbe riillle is luiiili in tbe valley ol
lbe .Mnyie river in Easlport, Ihe terminal nu ilu- international boundary
line. The total mileage is I III. anil
S,iiul|iiiiiit, 7ti miles from Spokane, Is
practically midway between terminals.
Track-laying is already under wav
mi the nortii end ol the line, Tlie
eiiiii|iiiiii* bus placed orders tor 2,*i,ii(in
inns nf rails ninl fastenings. The
entire quantity, wilii the exception uf
iiuiii' spikes, bus been delivered at
fori William, (hit . nml much of ii is
■" transit in lhc nnlnl ,,! ,l.-liv,-,-,	
1 . ,, I     iaa,     ■ vmi.,,!..   ...
.Id   uill Idl'llll,       il      n-
aiid was a      -  ■
I  ll.M'll
■a,* llll    .  ... ...   I lui I.,1,1
ii   „,, ai, d ll wu
,'in   ulliti        Die elm
.N'llliili.illnl,*.   [„l    a   liei.   ' llii-l      W'le
inn, culled  i l* '   i.    II     reci it
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l.l.*, learn   |.,i    Ibf i.                   ittici
A'l'lc till     takfl
llll.l, Ilu  Man
an,       1 ,1,     (ill              *..   I:.,
I'       II,.all ..la.    ll      I In V VV .11 tl
nt* an*, nil,       la,-   treasurer  i\     v
rlolliii i ami   ts ri iai *.  weie ulsu   re
■led
I Iluwiltg    IM,,llllll, Ml.Ma.lla      In
llll*   lillllll ll   Illla   llllll    pu     I
111    Ham    Hie   1,1,     I I    mi,Hail   In
is members ami ., t mai
llll   Tli.,1    Hi,, hm   ii'iiiillii'lnle  lhu
, liu-,   al     a   slim   lail    less   than
;J 'rn nu each eall iii practice
ill   Thai   llie cltj   remunerate nib
ei members .n Ilu  l, I,* al a
sum   iml   less   Iban    1 I   !!i  [ul
each call ul  prai lice
t ti   That   tin* cily  reimburse    the
brigndc   I'm   damages   iu pcr-
suii.il wearing apparel sustained
nil llllll.
SPOKANE LOOKS To TIIK CI' 11.
Spokane, Wash., Dec. 2.—"One bull
n[ uie construction work uu lbe Spokane and liiteniaiiiiii.il railroad is
completed,"  suul li.  r.  t'.iii
lbe   Spokal
ntllan
f
nteriiattonai, the Can-
iin* having buill „ branch
Spokane Junction, nu lbe Crows
load, I,, Easlport.
" '"'' 'ires m be employed in
'"'"'"' bave bee,, biiih  |oV h,.v.
" s,"-l "'111 he ship | „*,sl
;;",., m',.:1",;;1 *■ -■ 	
he lltilil'i',1  In ,
> In
us ii construe-
tlellvcred uml uili
-leel wesi   from
ni nullum I'he conipait) lias al.-,,
placed orders fni extensive |tnssciigei
nml ileum,l equipment, whicli mil In.
delivered in March
Tin- company expects   in have the
line ta opcrat  irom Eastporl     in
Siinilpnliii In   March nexl       \i  Unit
Mini'  II   Is  esl iiii.i led   lha'   lbe     glade
fiiuii Salidpoii  Spukane mil    be
leiuli   [nl   sleel ami  Hack  laving will
lh,
I lulled   Willi  	
Spokane International
II be Incaleil nn   ih,. i
una. between Wasbi
uu I
wmk has    b,
It,-	
let      III
It
It-It    .V
It
II. Ml U I
Manager
will Iiavc one ol those old lime XI
dinners on Christmas and New tt
Years. Old timers will remem, J?
bci them.    New  comers  will 4.2
.il ai re nember them,
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■l-l-l-l-1 t I t i i ii m i i -i i : I : i i-h-I i it i-i i*t t i* -i-m "M-i-i-i-i-
.._,.;. _:.|i,|-,|<l»!.|a|>|>> _ > . ■ . s » v. .     . . .!»>;.l.'l.,«,«|*.i«|»l_:. . .*_
i Cranbrook B^^r (|
M i.l, fro I       nail .md lhc puresl wai
ei, il is un ia ly.    .•"    Ask for
Cranbrook Beer and insist on having it. -■',.'*
The Cranhrook Brewing and
|    Malting   Company,   Limited    |
..Is,, iiiuiiiilmtiirv-Fs nl .il kind, ol lemlel Waters
J_i«i«i»i»l»i«i«;i.i«j«.«;«l«.»«a sK'sT"' .i«iii|»!«i«l«l«l«l«l»l«l>i|«l»|i'i«l«I«l«I»l-_
in   will   graile the   lirsi    .is
' I  '" Spol	
'"'" ;l"'   teimiii.,1 ibe    liim runs
\}<}A lAAA'\AAuf
mmi      where tbe u    |;   ,v     ,\
dge   will  be  parallelled       Tbence
'"'•' 'a Incited   practlcallv due
1  ,'",,""' s.!'"'"1 crussing,     »b	
I-   .'   N   bridge will .luuiii he
allrli-d     I'.inergiiig into lhc sel I
'""'    I"'    Spokane  liilcmalional
- '■••-' lot a mil,'. Mi   Corbln hav-
acqulreil ihe   south hall ol    the
1,1 blocks iiuinli | J   j|   35   |s
'   °"   'HO.     IM.    125,  139   I.*,/
ill   ;i
Hi '    I 18 am
I'he lua< i
il   Ma le.
I'a. Hi,   i i,,s.
an   lbe   Mill
llll'ls    lbe I'uMI
to lhe Northcn
< Iliad,
show
aitleil I h.i I   lhe Sl
passenger stall
ni    the Washing!.,.,. ,
siieai  iiiii,i ol tbe tormina] site, im
plan-   aie prepared as yel  fm  biiild-l.
.Ilhiingl
1,.    Intel
lllll     be   I
Till*: NEW CABINET.
mul,,n. lie.-   ii —sir Henry Camp
bell Hainan,uas having completed   hi*
uiat. lbe liini',* mil return in lam
I,, i w .nul receive tbe libera.,
itii,-t    in audience   nl   Buckingham g
lll'l   Sillnlal   CVC K   in  ntih-1   I
■'   Ills   iminal    Ii.vill   "I   its    !>■ ■ -1 I
(.il Thai the trustees lie author!*,
ml in hand ovei lhc hall ami
apparatus  tu  the I'urpuraliuu
ni    III,'    ('lit      111    I' Ill,,"I.       HI,
lbe  repayment   ul   lhe  minis
subscribed In Hie ,, merchants
nf -.in each.'
nil Thut the balance nl cash in
band be handed uvci to the
brigndc In do as 'her Una!,
III.' ll lllllllll ail,I Ihii Ibe
Slim  is allOlll   ilall ami  that   the
desire ni the brigade as in the
disposal nf llial sum would be
the purchase nl a hose reel Ior
Overcoats for
Every Mcin.
The "SURTOUT" is ilie beau ideal foi
street, dress ;unl i ,-euiug wear.
|22, >-~, .nnl $3U,
The"BISLEY" is t! vercoat for all
arniiiid service.     Big and roomy,    Single
and tiuulile breasted,   j I", $-U to * 10
The "PREMIER"-one ..i
the handsomest of the new conservative styles,    i'l"', $i^ up.
Other    styles    iu    endless
variety.
REID & COMPANY .  . CRANIW00K.
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1 AUCTIONEER 1
\st »_      'it'
.-*■,, li i      _ND
PROFESSIONAL CAKDS
I
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  Corbln    iu- SB
The heaviest nf tho wmk   ts  ISA
on  llie other end and Willi as    g I ' SJij
weather as we aro having ».• will gi'
have ihis completed In* aboui lbe lllsl i SK
nf ihe year. If we have .in open trig
winter sn tlml work can ha .oultiiticd*By
the entire mail will he cumuli led hi' "->■'
the first nl .lull' Standpoint, Idaho
is iilinui hall way and lhc heavy work
is iil'Viiml  tins [ J      ||  jiieliiiles [our
tunnels   with a total length ul    bo-
iweeii .1 Hunl ami ,i hail mile
"All ilu- itiiisi i nit nm material   In
tbe inilil, including tails mul laslcii-
ings, illinium ini; in 23,  inns, is al   ™,
I--..I t William, the Lake Stipeiiui purl J»
,1 ihc Canadian 1'aelflc, m ia uu lho ajj
road wesl ,,1 l-'mi William H all as
ii-.ieheil iluu polnl before navigation &
closed on ihe lakes Iol   lhc    winter ! 38
ll!   ul   ll   1-  a mil    wesl   OVCI        lbe    ai
t'.iiiiiiliiin I'.niiii*      Other materials,  *f
lull   f„l   lllllll,!'   wm!,.      ,s   jgi
,1 ('.mail
Pacini lim .     ui.e!,
llal cars t ■   used
ty
JOHN HUTCHISON
"MUTCH"
Will take an Auctioneer's Licence as soon as one
can be procured from the Municipality.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Phone 119 P.O. Box 76
Cn >i: Nn. 38
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, li. C.
•    Ind and  Ith Tuesday at S p.m.
in 1.0.0 '
J. A   Arm   I, K It S.
.1   W    IJieuiiier, CC.
Visitin.    bri     i iiaily mi-tteJ
Crsobrook  local  I iiien  1241 ol the lulled
* Brotberbood ol Carpealerl anil Jolocr.
ll   'i. cries.
Me, in, evi I bursday evening at
I. 0. Q. T. I ,,, i i'.iiiiuirc Hros.'
.Ion-
Visiting I a co Hally Invited.
I i a   , Edward Kuote,
Rcc.-Sco. President,
1 nn.l.      Kt) Cilv Iodic
Meets every
^ij'a-'v-.'^-^  Monday    u.^bt    at
mi eel     Suioutu-
lallj  Invited.
i J .nl.'s  Suutli,
N. 0. Sec'y.
. _. . nbrooh ladjc. So J.
.   I   4 .   M.
I*   .
Iai meetings on
/ s   ii    third   Thursday
_x every month,
'!.:", , |
ittl :.'■!., S,s*'y.
CRANBKOOK AEKIE Nt). Sd7
F,     0.    E.
Meets   Ist and      !  Fridays   at    8
" duel   p Watts building.
Visit i   are invited    to
pual»v
:   Davis,   ll,   P.
. I,. Sec'y,
l'i; .NBRI OK   LODQE, 8943,
ANCIliM iil.'i'l :.' ai FORESTERS
ri: VN'BBOOK, B.C.
Meets •",   i   2i d ,.* I  Ub Tuesday In
"Good :    I tail."
I'isitin llally invited.
A. Mi i owi i.   i  R.      .). Sims, Sec'y.
CRAMIHUUK      LODGE
1.  ex  G.  T.
Mitts every Friday night above Pat
' ■    ■      Store.
C u e .  d     d the H.ippy Daiid.
li ih.
nit's
'rttct'hitl fflmtfMmmmtMr&mWtmmm'miW^^
MINN
will nu
li   ahiiul
lln
ail
Ulil lla
al       Ill
the road which Mi Corhiii
ng tu am* Spokane direcl
ui Willi ihe t'aliiiilian Pucitle
merchants euiilldcntl)     he
Spokali
Hove ll
lum will ilu iiime llial   all filings else
a, give Spokane bi-n. i  ireigiii   rates
I unl   lhe terminal ami distributing
rates Im  which ihe am  lius tuiight,
quarrelleil, scbeuicd .uui pleaded   loi
-he past 2ti years.
Mi. ianl,in haa   buill    ,,ibei  roads
m    Spokane,   including lbe Spukane
"'all,, ,v Nm iheiii. ami is believed   in
ie ale,ill   lhe besl   friend  lhe eitl   ever
i.l.!       Uli.it  he call il belli, iiii'i
'hunts llle eel lllill  lie  lull iin
II IKiK   WILSON   lliiMH.'Kll.
Nelson   News:    His llunuur  Polut
,li il Wilson, Judge ill Hn- county
iiii'i   iif  Easl    Knul iy,   was      llii*
Shams and bacon
HARRIS BROS, are unloading this week
• the largest consignment of smoked meats ever
brought into Cranbrook, .56450 lbs. direct from
_ Armour Sr Co., Chicago. The name guarantees
t the quality of the goods,   Place your order with
us.
j HARRIS    BROTHERS ^
Wil3EX/£VE
ninl  nf Easl    Koolcnay, was      the "J. _.._ >ji
litest ulhoiior last evening at    tbe | v we llaVe your overcoat and suit,   WE BELIEVE •;
"nhetij'g'ev"'!1''!.!*!!!   InTErThol i thal il wil1 P!ease y°11' thal yo" wi" like itS,CUl' iU gr'Ke 'I-
Ivatlon   mighl have  been dangerous X and fabric, and, withal, we're confident you'll be pleased;!;
DJ ....„raafclion^o7heC™!fneim0' | with its price. .* .- - - - - .«.
.*
.*
•!-I-I-!-H"!"!--!-I--l-!-I-i--!-i--i-l-:-!-i"!-j
"j- ,*,       ,        ft* li' *'v*i'i«'s«ss«*s*-s!a-vB->a'v__sjrs_i>«
I dry and
I Machine Shopi
;j; fflcKinnon « Johnston ;!;
Proprietors
ll Clean Clothes
11   is uiisy  iiilijiv.'i'ii'iin Z
itltus wh,.n iiimii. is 11 Ural Z
,.       . ,                  , ■.  ■ ,;iss liiuiulrt in  town.   \'"n 7
.. Proprietor.- ± a ,.MI|*t „,,,„„, ,„ [)atl iy0 ohi. ■
\\u •„■,' |,i',n,-n-,"l  I-,        IjS work 1I0110 by white puopln in ■
ilo nil   I'iinln ..!' i*.*        ;;:/ n whn.-wny nml ,-it |.ri,-us llinl   .
Th. members uf flu- llalluur enblnel 11
mil  give ll|l lheir seals nl nlliee nl   u | i
lull,   council   lliei'lllijr   In   bn   belli    iiii
tl.inil.ii    iiiiiI   llieli   successors    will
lal Ver lhe seals mi Mmuliiy   nllei-
 11       The Composition   nf   Hie    new
inn,1 In   will he official!)   une il In
mi Sunday ovenli:
Tha new' British ministry, accnrdlngld
in the limes, will substantially 1 s
Inlli.WS*
Prime minister ami lirst lord ul the
treasury, Su llcnrj Cainpliell-Bi or-
Seereliill' nf slate lor fnleiirn affairs. Sir Edward (Irev.
I,nnl high chancellor; Robert Reid,
K, C.
(iinlieelliil   nf   II \elli'i|ller,    ller-
liial   Asqilllh
Secretary ol slate Inr India, ,luhn
Morley.
Secretary ,,f stale fnr lhe colonies,
lhe Karl .if Elgin.
Secretary ol slate for war, Richard
llnliliilie,  K, ('.
Secretary ol state lor homo allnirs,
Ilorbcrl (li.nlsi
puir work lit'iit V ntu
liuclit. umke nnsliiife'e
iltnflB, I'te.
,1   prerogatives    ol the hcncl
:it 1-.I1 Columbia, but his trieiids con-
iler "Pete"   pruol againsl nny dan-
r nf crania] ciilargcmcnl.
The gntlieiing was I.thi in lhc
Inula llolel nntl was largely allcnil-
il. nnd never was --lie's u Jolly
Innil  l-'ellntv"   sting nana   heartily,
'be  pieseutnl f a   hallilsuluc nal,
iiliiiiei cnittalnlng a superb cullcctiun
if silierwiire, slumped   "W"—by  .1
1. Palenatide—was mad  beliall of
he nil mens, bv  .Inlu,  A   Turner,  in
must felicitous speech.
.Iiuine Wilson responded in ins iisunl
Ignlnod mul happy style. Many
ithcr speeches weie made, snugs
.veie sung ami toasts weie drunk, aid
llle popularity nf lhe new judge was
illesteil In lhe lull
 V	
NORTHLAND MYSTERY.
i'i: \v Ri
LUY.U. ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1871
McSWEYN,
THE   LEAD-
INGTAILOR X
:.-:--:---.--:--:--:--:--:--:'-:-4
99999999tr -,-vv-l
'i.
.-  \    M      il    VI lllll'   Wll
', B will  n|'|','i
j.    ;.     HlllllB llllll
t[i Crows Nesi
I  In   anyone  win
1 iv. irk
' Scientific    Horseshoeing   11 _
Specially
Sleam Laundry
Cranbrook, li. (
1
Winnipeg, Dec. 5,—A party ol
Grand Trunk PneMc surveyors work
ini; 300 miles norlh uf the Canadian
Paeilie, in ;i cotuitrj lying southeast
nf lluilsuirs Hay, came across a deserted village—twenty houses—la a
timlier clearing, wild grain glowing
in the lit'lils, dwellings in good repair
ami roughly furnished. Alter a diligent search no trace leading to a
ii'iiitii vii.iii-.niin-. Isolution of tlie mystery was discover-
Lord lii'iiliiiaiit of Ireland, the earl erf.     Plenty of deer were glazing   in
■( Aberdeen. | the vicinity.    After a few davs' stop
Chief secretary for  Ireland,  .lames  tht-   surveyors     continued westward,
"*'"" 'leaving the furniture undisturbed,
liivee.
TENDERS.
McBIUDE Wll.l. ATTEND.
I
Before you make arrangements for
your fall
PAINTING suid
PAPERING
see us for ideas, designs and stock.
It may be mutually profitable
Meets t ■■ uesday and 4 fti
Saturday at 8   o'clock in Oddiellowi
Ilall.
Visiting broth      always welcome.
VV. F. GURD,
Barrister. Solicitor, Etc
CRANBR00K.BRITISH  COLUMBIA'
HARVEY &  AkCARTER,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Haiell Block Cranbruuk, B. C.
*)******!****** *************
{      C, H, DUNBAR       \
*   Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary    *
J; Public, Etc J
J    Cranbrouk,     -     -     II. C.    *
4- *
JiMr**************** *»*»♦**»
DI.S. KIMi & QREEN,™-
Physicians and Surgeons.
Oflue at  Residence,   Armstrong Ave,
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoon 9.80 tu   11
Alternoons 1.30 to 3.3b
Evenings 7 io to S.3U
CRANBROOK   :     :;    ::    ::    li. C.
-,    *,     .     .     .    •.     -:•■'•    *'.*!*
Dr. Connolly,
.-    Physician and Surgeon
® Oiiicc on Ariustron-f Avenue ',[
_  Hours -'i in ll a.m., 2 to 4   ■•
—   p.m., 7  to 8 |, in.   i'bulic 10a.   |;
iii.-. r. i;. KiMi
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS :
9 I., I : .,   .
I io   -
7 lo   h iiiii.
Oflice aial rcsldenc   on Aimstrong me
CRANBROOK, 15. C.
DR. I . li. A1ILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS ;
ti to 1- a.m.
1 to   (i p.m.
7 to   « l) in,
Ofiice in new Reid block
CRANBROOK, B. C.
| F.J. Bradley & Co.
J. M. DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done
Footwear In Measure a Specialty
Tenders fur in enrrts ol tlry wootl.i   _ - .     _ ,,
is Indies long, in be delivered al the1    roronlo, nee. 7.-Prenalcr McBrldt
Jail nnil C nil I'banibers, vvill   be "' BrltlBlt Columbia,   will al I    a
reeeiveil   by lliii undersigned uu    to banquol  to li,   I,.   Borden In    litis |
Wednesday, noun, Dee. 21), ltiild city shortly      MoBrldo   is now    In
0, 11. I'rest, Clerk,      Eastern Canada.
|    Artistic   Painters   and   Decorators    |
* 7.
A
J9
ttkilti'.'&'tvtefe?t,Ct!5t*I**I* C*i v ?«*i*I"lsfei' '*' •trtvtww ****** 'I**** 'I**** wfitJI
People who want Job work done
cannot afford to pay for poor work.
That ti why it pays to get work
dune at the Herald office. No complaint is made ot tlie work turned out
hurc Inr the reason tliat it is up to
daU: and Uio work ol nf to data
printers. 'that makes a diiwnunot
with any Individual. Till.   OEANBROOK   IIl.ISAl.ll
•   ;  , '   ■   Mti-IE-M-
NEWS OF  THE
DISTRICT    .«       **
Taken
From
East
Kootenay
Papers.
.      j       -       | j  .       ' :.       .   . |  5 -■      "   ■>''
MOYIE FRANK
(From Tbe Krank Paper.)
(From   t e  tfo] ie Leadci ) ....
v I    lhu coal companj this week reduced
Koj Clotbiel returned Irqi tbe prici uf electric light, and  a- Hn*
Sunday. lights are   ;iving periett satisfaction,
 Iuctiun    menus  thai   electric
J* *s-   ^chavberu receive n -  |lghls   ffUJ  ^    ^ non a|,
.
bad died
m , r, i.. i , . .. Lhc .mi.
Biuniou, iii the
.     j ■..  In i   till     i.i in'
i . ....
■
"I"	
tin    lill.ll-
I
J.  C.  tin
iui tin -  *
	
. ■ i.
■ ■   Dim   bifi  last Mon
.,.,!     al  Liie    International Cual     *\
i ,■ t   i "iiijuiii _i   mine vvas ii record
■ teaki •      there being   7UU mine i ai
.   , . ■ mi  ii, seven bout**, ur   a
■   ii.i  tons
1 liruugti   ■ in  ■ ill) .ii i&iug ovei
Ua- m.u.i,t:   ...  vt, i li iiu- ivot'K    wan
iii.m   un C, ti.  llill b mail    -ii
llillei ..       upped uu    the
i   lerdaj       I in- iiiiiu nli \    Was
.   ,i wm h wa ■ re
uiueil   i ..i
I     UlU uuu     |li     ,      nil   yeai      ul   age,
lul      ,,   ,-j ilrujipiHl ilf..,i   .*   lenlaj   i ig    .ii
■■:■   Liie  mill I   ii.u-i.     ,,i
i * -i
'""tl. .i'i"    !   l;:'.,..'™!! :'!:"R"M ,A;
.  in 11.ninl..,
tue   	
 ,.
in,, in lu    . .
..i ,  "i
.tlniili i   .....   lime i
....., ,     .lu.li
an    . 'cl   an
Will    1..MM1
L'VCI,   IV 111
ll I
11.1,1. '.    I  ml
elected
'il    ,'   Ilo.
a.  in,*  l ,
Im
.1.
II  II.
11
1'  1
11.
.   I.
[til)     1      11
P.
w.
il
Il'l 11
1      a.
J    Hi
ml  1*.   .
1       Hi  llala
,,| 11,)    1,     ll
1 ll
a    Ulllllil
are
ilMlH,
disease. 	
I'apl   I*.   1    llill.    1'iasal    luuiiiigcl
nl     Ilu    I aa.a    ll ill   I'ual      .1
' i" '      IV,   1, illla.il     i   a   bits si
,i ne   i  ..a Sal-unlay.   II,
lliluauki-e ami
l.nilil i,, ii	
tut
r.i iii
ninl
bucket
■ MM I      Imi .   Ill-Ill    II lal    i'M'I ',    al
inl in   al    ulmii   lla*   InIlinil lb
mi ■   lie.,- elan     II,,:     | .,,!.-,, I .   II
ll F I',,ll.i, I. |,I, lllalll, S lillllll
I.an, llaa in nlei.l .1.,,,,,-. Rcclh'1
,','iel.lll   ll,a-in, M      Itilllel      It     ile
II.U-,    nam,    min it lee    tleinae  II
llii I. .a   I*'    V   Ileum   F   Graham, .1
II      lllllal    llllll      III.    .1     tti-ail, I      I''
i   In imii   v..,    ilai.ai,  ilelegale in re
^^^^^^ ,l   lln
nl    Ilia      ||,
le
 lmil    lieu  clubs and ana
•ill  probability    I.ill,,  I  ||,,||(..
'ill    sunn  lie   , ,. |„,,,,  ullices
 "  was given Tlie Fmnk
'li    dislriel.    Mr
Ins 11 rs I    visit   ii
ail in   Ha
Take nnlic,   tlul  thirty  daj    . -, ...     ,        , ... , ,,,   	
LWni'ls's';:               i        '.   .' IV '   ' taWlj  to   the
j,,r a |itfi mi   earn „■*■      l'°n    I Iiii I   Cuuui in     ul   Lands
Umbel    from tlti    follow ii ; described and Works   foi u license to prospect
lands in Ki Km   i-uaj foi  coal    and  |ietioleuiu on llie   Iol-
,„:;;;r,:*      ;, a:'.'.  ■■■" > * —
chuck lieek, * *  i nu,mu in rhaiius  i:     ■" *'"       m'lcs     north      ol
soulh, ilu-iii-,   i im nml.          Lne Intel al  Boundary line   ami
,sn    chains   .uuth, llience   m chains  in  three and une hall miles   east
"est, ' :    "'"I c,   ,„ &.   , L,lre|   s   ,    Koolcnay, 11 f
sn ,, all    e,        u plai e ol cuitu     i-e-1
' I    Cumin, III 11     al   a   posl   plan ai     ,,l
lhc in,i ib-wi     ■   . iii .. being the uni-
i ■ 'Mm ai     in  lho mn ili-e.i.si
cornel' ui Allied Thumas claim;
llience running soulh mi chains,
ut c. u i bains, tbence noi lb
sn chains, i aam a nn.l .su chains to
place ol commencement and contain-
in ,  all-  ai   .
la*        *a     llll! lllll    daj     nl    Hi llllll'
lllll...
A. Sorenson, Locate
lli 'J .1    Fisher,   Vein.
iiiem.
Sidtic)   Jollett,
'    n     It.  Liiile,
Located  tin    illi    ■*.   ol  Deeei
1005
NOTH hi.
Tnl Iii,   ihal  lliit I)   ila)    aitct
dale  I  inli na  ii.   api Iv  iu tin    Chiel
l" nissi,iiiei    .a    i . inl   and   M.uim
tin a license i"  em and   carrv awa)
Umbel    liuin the   lulluvv .*  -..
laml.  in   Easl   Iv       .
r iiiem in    il  [be nurth-vvi  I col
mu  ui Sidl   ,    I  lletl        eelist-,  thenee
ll.ll  eli.ui Ibei <>*   lu  i aaiiM
111 Mm,, ,    lillllll'
III chains easl ,  In pli ei
111! ||
Lucaicd It
In   Itubeil    i
Miii, I.
Take  ,,   Ilu i   llill  '.   'I  ■
ilai.   I   Inleml   lu   ,,|,|ill   iu  ll
('lllllll ■ , id    nn ;    Hull
[ul  ii  Ill-en e  lu   ,  .i     ml    cirri   .u.u
lllllliel      ll    Hie    lull,,nili|    lie  'll
I I      ill    I   II    i     Iv   III
I'm  in ll.      al    a    a     I    nliulii    lull
 le  ea-.l   nl   Snlle 1   .1.-11, ll   ,   li
Uiu     1'  Ill
llll   ll'   1
all,   ,1a
Illla
1    nl   HmhiiI
Mil II   1.
II li
iill   dui . .il
LANB NOTICE.
a... 	
Nniiee is hereby given that 60 days I >   g     _m__ **c l-v **<\ f\ t/
rom date I   intend to apply    m  i    V jTSl II ill  ( 11 I CV        duest. 0
'hiel   (.' ssionei  ol   Iaa Is     an.l   •   VI UUUI  VJ"l_fS*
fll Hotel ,* &
Works to purchase tlie following des-   **
sci ilini l.in.Is, situate   in the dis'
ui Smith Easl Kootenay:
Commecning at the north-east
ner uf Iol ni'Vi, group l, Kootenay
da [sion, thence imi th 40 chains,
thence wesl in cliains, thence south
in chains, thence eapt tu cbains iu
ihi- plaee of commencement.
Vlfred Jolliffe.
Located   tin* nh     d.iv   nf October,
1905.
.il -01 Oranbroolt, It   C.
t
uiiiii.i t s Specialty     i .
Uood .Staid,ni; In Connection
Ml I'll is.
Noliee i ■ In leb)   given  thai   llniiv
"al       all.  ...
Ill- Chlel  I , ,   . I   I     .imi
.Mm  I     ,..       i      , ..,, *       Cull,
III         ul        I    I I IIMI
 a ia 1 i.l    I a -I        Iv.iu
,  II    .1   In en  I*   In   |i|u ,|,ei I       |„|
•        | ,    I,ua,nu.
<le  , il   ml    I  lie   	
Ill, Ilil   liei . Mall    llle      llllll*.
U.U I a-       I   ,„„.,,.,„     I'       ||,H|
 I     . nel    mm       ...il    lla     .11. I llll.S
I'a I  ...  I    '  i  a  |l|ll  ' I nel
I    c, a *   at a   b" i planted
 *   mile   luiiili   ul   a   lamil   inn*    luila
a.,'.I    ill     ll.e    n.IM ,i    ,,|    llie       ea-.l
■a. I      liriillp,   	
H„.  ii,ulii      ide   lim   nl      ll.e     liuv .
.,   ,i'.,     i    iiipaii)     bind,   .mi
IHISI     be      llie    11,11 l.ll    ||„   1    u|    |        II
l.el'ien/ *.   ilnii,     inked   I.    II
IN illi: COUNTY COURT OF KOO
TEN AY,
IN Till*: MATTER HI-' iill') I'lali
iiiiN OF Cl V II. KlItKI'.VI'
Itlliv, 1 Mini SECTION :i OF
THE COAL MINUS ACT.
Nearest tt, railroad narl depot,    11 ib n ,*,'i >  >n,!.|.
n   i     lui   llie   public   i ::■ p    111 d    ii   li lUbrook,
llni ami Cold Batha
ii',,',.uili & Rollins;}
 Proprletoi s     1 J
I SI
Noli,*,-   I*   hereby     given Dial  tb
above   mentioned pai I)   has     hied
pel ilinil,   la i, it   ibe  ::ial  day   ,,l  lleli
I'   I .     I'll i.      atliell I     Ilia    I,      |iel|
ll I..I.I    II,a     ml,    da)    "I    Mnelnbe,
I'll,I,   In   ala,nui       llial   llm  l.iiil.    I.
ml rn therein  in   tkiniii	
lv i belli nal ,1.,   nm    Iiiiiii     II
I  l.lll     Iill        Iii        al I    I I.
 ll ul   ll.  an.l  nnl   upun  II    : a  .
e I-. iiiiii iii. ii.i  .ia,11, iiii, i, I ii;
bv unl, i   dated  lln*   lllli il.n   ..*   '.a ,t .
Clllbcr,    lllll,.,       ll.e 1,1,1     lli.il    Ilu    I     T! I
mllal ll. ua 1,1     la-       lillllll   Iiiii   l.l    I'll
lluliii'   l,I    llle     anl   ihuel.ill I.
Hated N.iMinii, i  i in,, um,
j   i>    \m -,
ilall iiegl-.ll.lt
r* A A *f, »"* *U A Jt A i*4*«•& A. ■ ■?« v. sC *^< <& *** A ^*nm***4*V4*k
Jp ■•	
4\ AJJA  m    <,
4 ' i it '-.
*    SE*K.LCo.s
fW^iV" "%. ■•
Jj \A.'^^cA^ i
v', c?jji*iv'-^    r
*|
ii,
mi ,.i I.*.
llie  poi II. .Hi.   Ulcwi)   ii II. Ulil)
posses! m. i i.a a. i     .,        i ai nal.,
He is thoroughly a reprt cntativi
Western mining mai I I i playeil
un iiniiui lain pall in lbe di el pmi l
ul tbe Kootenays.
"Tbe rumor that Mr. Cronin na* li
resign .is manager ,,i thu si. Eugctu
company, ami that 1 was tu take bit
place Is without tuundutioil," said .1
c. Iiieniv, upon In, return [run
Toronto iiu., week. Sir. liieiiiv ad
deil: "Such a move iaa. novel evei
ihougbt ui by il.e directors, and I
may tell you that in -Ur. Cronin v.,
consider we have Ha' besl mine man
agcr thai evei operated in Britisli
Columbia, ami iv* have no desire i i
intention ui making any  change
James Crouin, managci ol lbe   si
Eugene mine, returned Sunday    1	
bis trip lu Montreal anil T
was cast nn business In eunnecuui
wilb ilm proposed amalgamation u
the Sl. Eugene Interests with thot
ui ll.e Trail smelter. The si Eu.
ene diroctoi    bava iniail  iiii sin ii
cunsolidatlon i the  in uf   tb
smelter dircclooi in il.e mat ',*i i
now awaited.     \li. Crouin says itm
It,   IS   expeeteil   thai    lla-   l.cltlli      llll
iniiie mlu llie combination etteclei
between the U.u   Eagle  I    Ci nn*
St.ll, bill   Hail   ll   lllll   lain* *.   I	
lu lllllll* |l nliulii . ilie ii-i.iil.il al.
[lllill   meet III'.',   ul    I la-   a I      1 ai.'eia    w il
be held nn Tliursday, February 27tli
in Toronto.       I'crhap    In  llial  iun
lbe   lue,     merger    v. ill* la-  iplctc
Tliere ale nuw 2atl      " ■   «'
Eugene     payroll,
more mil be   pul i
is payday  al     tbe
will   lie   He    Ml.al.-
baa been ubippeu Im
lived, although ii i
lime.
BLAIRMORE
(From ibe Times.)
Tbe many Irieud .a \ .1 th Bmi
aid, wliu wa; lain in Hm Frank in""*
lasl   week,   alia ,*,!   lu     see lum
able    I    J I    a- illi
.1. ami 1,1 l'i .ia i aiid II nn w. illinium;   II,ue   ulai   1,11   I ,1    lln    ,,.   	
Monday.     liiis Mm are la,uml    I.n
laml I        mi a,ll    I I     lla*
VI llllll .
Cui,ii.i, i.ii   ia    i-y I .  ini     lla-
.ulitl.nl     I • M.a,     ,,1    11,.
I           lH.Hj.lt.ul        a'      '    <l 1
work upon  tin   build ie   "an
lueia ed ai i	
lln ,11,naili llinl a i liuti ul ll.e
liainl,   in    ll.al   im     been  .a, ml    up
: u li.nii  na .,11 .anil  ui     a a    upell
ed  lip '    ami   lla'    111,*   '
burned iis,if mn.
Tbe  Hun.   111.   UeVebei.   sl'Cllllipallil'll
l,v .1. I'   llarci i: i      II   l'i' . visited
till-   I'lISS   nil   Sal '     Mai    ln.ul.
arrangements fm   Ha* calliuij nu Iml t
[..I*  lbe building a'  "iaa .,(  ll.e  imii..in
mad across the Frank slide
Al. llm Methodist parsonage, .",
Thursday evening, Bi ccmbcr 7th, i.y
tbe Rev. .1. II Fran, is, C, F Sedg
Wick to Miss I.illliui  Uiiulnuiii.il,  bulb
of Blairmore 'The bride was supported by her friend, Mis. I. Fnrlicr
and Mr.' 11. I'. Bevlno acted as
groomsman, ibe happy couple left
un thc express fm tbe east and i.n
their return vvill he at home to tlieir
friends ull tlieir ranch on Hu: South
lock.
Inspector Davidson nf tbe N. \V St.
P., anil vvbn bas had charge nf   tliis
district, [nr tbe lasl i.:': Mill- lia I
been   nivan   charge   nf   i'a*   dc!     '.'.■
witli   lieadnuarlcrs   at Maple C	
Inspector   E, J   Camies is now    in
charge    ol  Ibis   ilislrbi     ami visited
tills seel iun   nn   Wednesday fur    tl
first  lime and  as  a   result   Ilia    Ileal
quarters nf Ibis district mav be mov
ed Irom Pincher Creek in Blairmore.
Frank, billing I.
pnsiliun uf inspei'li    Ihi<
iiiei i realed a tew months .mm lie
m III.ilillm Ill .  regulai   liispccUnn ami
iilnln liei.'. will report upon tbe ap-
liliealiiiii    [nl*     ulliees      fill'    llle | till
imn,    wlii.b have already  been [lied
 Ill  IinI   Slnlc  lliii'li   Hie nlln-es VVUIllll
ia*  mealed   Iiiii   said   il     would Iml
likely be Verv [nr in Hie lut lire.
The   Maple  Leaf
Brand.
What "sterling" means
to silver, what "cutting''
means to glass, what-18k-
means (o gold this trademark means to
RUBBER FOOTWEAR
It's lhe hallmark of quality.
Maple Leal Rubbers, as
their name signifies, are
MADE IN CANADA
from pure Para rubber.
All kinds, all styles, all
sues. There are no other
"just as good" for weslern
conditions.
J. Leckie Co., Ltd
Selling Ajjcnls, Vancouver
Take 'a
dale   I    in
lands in Easl  h na)
l'i.millennia!',   al    Hie     Ill easl   .a.
mu  nl Sidney  .lellell'    In*    Ilu in
lau  eliains  luiiili    Iheiiee   III     iiuiii
Weal,   llll'lll.'   11,11   el    ,        lll'll
III   Chains   ,'ll-l    1"   I'l. *   i.-'a'aaa.
llll'lll .
II   S.   Km    ell
Agent,   It.   I.illle
Lut'illl'll    Hlis   .'.lb    ll.ll     ni      I.m nil,.
NOTICE.
Take notice llial Iiiiii) davs nfn
dale 1 intend I,,   npiilv   m the   liiie
Commissioner    ol     I I    ..a I    Uml,
Iiii ii lieen.se lu   in* nud    earn  .in.r
lllllliel    i  llm   mil.mum describe
lands in Ensl  Km,leiiat
Cuinmenciiig ai ibe nuiih easl col
mu ui Siibiei .lelli'll's N,, I licelisi
Ihence I iiaitts north,  Ha*      I
eliains easl,   lb,'ine  lllll ,1 is  il
ibeiiie    in chains west   tu plaee    ,
Sidney .lellell, N,,, 2.
Agent,  II.  Little.
Located  ilu- alll  ilu)   ol   lleeembel
1005. lis a:
II    Hemphill,   Aa
in lubci   12,  lllll...
pnsl   planieil
m-i    ol   I-;.   ||.
m   .1. T.    I'i
.1,   T.   I'eiiii'
hence
■il'JllV
,1.   II     II,iaa all      U
Il-ll   llelubei    12.    Illll.i
Noliee is lal.In   given   llial   llll il
aiiei  date    I  llilelnl  n. applj   lu
Iimi.   Chiel   Cm     i i   ui   I..,
.unl   Uml, .    Im   .,   In,-   I,,   a,, ii
I,U    anal      alul    pel luleiiiu   ull    ll.e
lowing       described      lands,     silt
      seven        mil,".      iituili
He   liileiiMM.ai.il   lluinulai,   line
iiii
sl
Creel    S   I.   Knul
lhe south west cu
i.ll   I'm. I   .Ml an . I.
e el   nf  A   Sure!
II Um,    Hi   SU
sii  , ii.i ins.    tlii-iii'i
llieli,a     lie   I    -ll   m
'Ii
Im   \    Ma
\.   II   nn
r.,,.,.1,—t
PICKING  A  HORSE
ns.  ' Because we   have Ha n   nl
kinds ,,f use.    Naturally uur
Lit ERY SKKv ICE
IS  fat   Slipel'lul   In    llial   uf   lbe Iimi,,
Wbieb  Inn     In nail   ami   .1 -       ,1a
weel, ami entry lir. nwuel   In a man.,
mi Sunday.     If Santa I'luus saw mu
buna's   he   wuuld   pellsl II   Ills     ull
minimum  chnp up iu , nlil  sleigll aa
I  a ne limn n .   Imi   lanilil ilu lln
ibe
Hie
In
ul <
*• pai lalli    in	
ll.ll..-. ll   le.illi   ela'
•%«««.«««.-,
| STEWART'S j
I Tbe Leading Slore Foi         '
' tiliili 10 CONFECTIONERV     *
J FRESH ,NI TS                    _
, FRESH FRUITS       J
, lun,v Winterxrap's Clialcii   Hunan* .
\ Jap lliiui'^tMCnliiiiiiiiii Nmiil UrmiKes 4
t Miiiiinu drapes Smyrua Pigs              ,
I .*mic,l\ STEW ART j« |
L child who Is old enough lo
lltidy is old enough to wear
glasses. Do not chance marring
the life of the child by neglecting the sight. Eyestrain slwiyl
renders study difficult and ulti-
| | matelv injures both body and
Glass*.   «e   not  ex.
WM. F. TATE S SON
ORADUATE OPTIOIANb
lhc   Hundley     Livery Stable
CA^DlAJTg
P ac ine
RAILWAY
Excursion Rates
RAST
$63.50
Round Trip
Three Month's I.imii
Toronto, Montreal
ami principal points
Ontario and Quebec
E.   A.   Marl ill.  Loculor.
J. II   Hemphill,   teem.
a  pnsl   planieil
I. Coiiuiicnc
I 1*:. I .llal* ^^^^_^^_^^
lhc same being lhc inilial pust ul
C. L. Uulterlleld's claim and marked
C. L. luu 1.1 la Id's southcusl corner,
ihenee eighlv ciiains wesl. llience
eighty eliains 1..11I1, llieme eight)
[•hains    ci   '       m 1 hly chains
('.  L.  liuttcrilcld, Lucalor.
.1. II. Hemphill. Agci t.
Lucated  Octoliel   12,   lllll I
5,   Commcm in.    al   tl  planted
am a.ii.. north of C    I,    liu".*:lieU\
nitial'posl ol M.u ii,. (' r's claim
 I marked    Jliirlliu Collier's tiurtlt-
,-asi    ciirnor,    Ihence    eighl) chains
aa-aleil   Ilu .      lllll   llll)   n!  Ill l.ll
II    .1     I mi .   Ian.'.a
Iii :.l .1 - Fisher,  \ni.l
TIMBER NOTICE.
Thirlv  dins    ailer  dale  we  Intend
apply lo He   Chief Ciiminlssionei
I   I i.l" Lands and Wurks,  Victoria, fot   1
,m Special    License    lo   cul   and carry
„l,n   aw.11   limber Front the following described lands silitnletl in Suutli   Easl
Kootenay:
Commencing nl  a post planted  U
miles, tiii.ri' or less, iinllll ot lbe lluliii"! 11    boundary   li f   Loi   7,113,
thence running west ,su ehuius, ihenee
nnrih 80 chains, llience east ml
chains, thence south 80 chains, to
point of commencement, containing
om acres, mine or lass.
Tho King Lumber Mills, Ltd.
Baled   November 3,   1005.       3-1-61
Wl In trsul ; :
K'ntiith junl iIi.-sm-i|     I ^
l.lirilM.K iln.l IJk
DiruiNsioNS     ; C
\l-.ii   nil   Uunls   nl     ; j|
MUI 1 DINUS        ' **
I
Mills   VI ■  U
.1 .li.,'   Itviui nml   : J«
li min.-ml.  H.I!      ; L
II,,lit Olllce,    Irani,mat.      ', f
 :x«
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LUMBER
Robinson McKenzic Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Ol
Rough und Dressed Lumber
I SOMETHING DOINO AT THE SECOND HAND STORE !
Wn Iii
con laining nlmnl 	
Martha  c. rnt-r   Loi
■ I   II.  Hemphill,  Ap
It'll llelnb.'l   12.   Illilii
a    al   a   pnsl   plntlleil
er's  iheasl cnrni-r
tlie inilial pnsl ul Vi.
ea-.l,   Iiii
I'll IV
ll    l„   S.l.,.'
llll Ill
'I    II   Hemphill    \
I. led 1 ,   13.  llll
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby glvcl
aiiei dale 1 intend iu
Iimi. Chief Ciiiniinssi,
and Works   Ior .1 Been
I'm*  enal     ami   pel n.lain	
lowing described lands, situate
between seven and eighl miles ourtb ol
Um International Boundary line ami
about    three    miles   easl'   „i   Sage
c k, s. E. Koolenay, It. C,
Commencing al ,, posl  planted    ,11
the snuth-wcsl curnei adjui
Long's    liaiiii     mi   lhe
thence   11 ing     north
thence east 80 ehains, I hem
plv   1.1   llle
uf   Lands
.„ prospect
ai   Hie    In!
; (i. •!
tin
nl
1.11
I led   Ibis       lllli   dal'   ul   llelubei
Fred   E. Empey, Luratur.
illi '.I .1.   Fisher,   Agent.
NOTICE.
Nutice Is hereby given llial 30 days
tu apply m ilm   Chiel Cm Issioiici
uf Lands nml Wurks .ml the Assislanl
c nm nun, 1 ol Land., and Works lur
peel Im ...ml .in,: petroleum un llie
li.11.iinm described land: Situate   ami
.llililieelil ull llle easl to Hn* c. P. It.
I";sl  I'1 il buiiiitlniy  line as surveyed and   nl,	
I til
■I  T    .1    lie ■ in	
»•!    lln-l 'iglllv   ehains e
'"Il'l    ehains       I,,   |h,
al    ,11,1  .,,
I     .1     Hel
.1     II    Hi
tl s|
ul    ll.
iiiiii  11!   II Ill     lull,   ul   Ilia   M.i!
nl River, Sunlb Easl Kunl v, I!
'ninlneucilig al  a pusl  planted    nl
'   until wesl  ei 1. I11-111"   Hn- inn
pu I   adjaccnl    In  llm   h wesl
net   ul   ia    hi la 1   1 11,mn   ami
im   wn 1 ui   il,,- Iviiiv   Thompson
iiiii, tin nee iiiii lb Sll   Imii,
III	
Ml   ,||.
place
tin
lln
I, Ilnii
I KII Clio
nl,  and
Corrcspoiid'iig   rales  to all
Points in Marilimc  Provinces
NEW VOIIK  AXil
N i:\V   llMil.AM)
On Sale Daily
December 4 to 31
to local agent or wrili
J. S. CARTER,       E. J. COYI.E,
D.P.A.. Nelson. A.O.P.A. Vanrarainr,
(1. Itillier, Agenl, Cranbrnok.
id luui,  Cn
la,nli       I ,a
I II   ll    C I.   I.t.e.i
I     II    Ucinphlll     I.,.
I. '"I   Cl,dial*   l.l.   luu:,
'      'IU    |     f ili'il   Ilu
ill   p;i»l. her,  \   H   llll
Hi   il.n   ul Septe
Nc  II   Plait, I ,
i.i      Im lal.   Mm,
MINERAL   ll'T
(Form F )
(iiiTu-it'i 11:     of     niiiiiiti
MENTS,
Jl ttlNET   MINER ll. i'l, llll
WHERE LOCATEI1 ON M.KI
CREEK ABOVE ST. MARYS
LAKE.
|    | mine  nl     il   [insi   pl.lllleil
!!!!'.ii!wl«i ,',!',!'i!,','i "!, ' '",'h ,'"""'!i' situate in the foiit s-i-eele
iiiili'il    pnsl   n        I    I i    ' H ei   .In I ' I       MININC      DIVISION OF   KASI
111  |" I,. I      l.| ,| .       ||, I II  III   llllll    ., I.  I 11 l'l'l,-\    l   \      III VJ'I'I1 ll ''I'
claim and    mail   .1    II     hill's!       KOOIEiNAI   BISUUCI.
lltllillVVrsI      inllier,    the i,;l
cliains     en .1     thcuce elghly    eb.i
snulli.       Iheiiee     rlglllV    eliains   lie
Ihence eighty chnlns liniih In    pi.
'AA""""'    ' ''li"i"S "' H°l   TAKE NOTICE ll-al I, IV  A. McL.
■ I   II   Hemphill   Locator Meachen, F. M. C, No. 117311.12, agenl
I orated llelubei*'    I'l-, f'"' Win. Ciirlin, Im ill. I'., No. 1)78753
' anil W.  A.  Me!,. Meachen, Free Min-
10.   Commencing al a pnsl plnnled «'«   Certillcato   No. B73053, Inleml,
al   .1    II    Hem 's  northwesl   em*- mstv days   rom dale liereol, lo apply
ner, the s-.u,,,- being Iho initial pnsl '" ""' -''"""S Recorder for a Ccru-
ol 1: (i Belden's claim, and marked [nU' "' Improvements, tor Hie pur-
It     fl   Hal,leu's     southwest  corner   !"'s'' ol obtaining a Crown Grant  of
Fur detailed Information   first-class 11'.™™ ^ AAiAi-    elghTy "a,"i furiblu take notice that acli	
J or tourist sleeper rcscrvnlluns, apply 1 ,.,-,'„>   JJ^J"   \i;^:„   JS    .j*')^ u„dcr section 37, musl he eniiiineiieed
... ,__.,        . smilh, to place iif beginning  contain- before the issuance of such Certificate
lag (iill acres. "■ Improvements.
11   G   Belden   Locator. '   Bated Ibis 2KUi   day of November,
.1. 11. Hemphill, Agent. A. II. 1005.
Located October 12   1905.      da 51- 30 Ot W. A. McL. Moaonen.
uiili-rnlily nt |iitt> ninl .■■iu supply  lit.' wants nt' III"   puliliu iu •;•
nuv  Inn*.     .\l||i-ul.'!i vi*" ..--li u! ..I-!■   11 j 1:1m *i. vv* hi v.- in it liitim X
Sin I'll   In  s|,Ulnl,  nl)*.       Wm    .;. I | *.'   11    .      Oil I     ;■. ■„ „ I *1  I '■ U  VV I 111 I   VV .' 'f'.
Soil till, III    fill'.        l.ll ll'im  11 ■ :   .   llllll    in* mil.-:,,   .     Bllpplil'S   ;i -j-
spoi-iiilty.    Iai ns ,.mil ■,   1    Wu linv,- miiiii- nuw nnil a mil 'X
Illla!    fin'll'tlll'i'.   -It"van.   ,*'.',    ll   ji   111    I'.'lll    Ian*'llill   pli",   , •;•
Ciirilvvoud inr _-ulc,    Employment Agency in Connection. X.
.his. McArthur, lhc Second Hand Man I
MASON & RISCH   PIANOS
Our western manager, Mr. |. C. Whileacrc ,\\ ill
be with tlie local agent, Mr. Ross Tate, fot one
week during December and will oiler
Spccin.1 C!.ristm_ys Prices   .tiiil   Ktvsy    Terms
To anyone des'ring to purchase .1 Piano. Send
your name and address (o Mr. Tale. DO IT NOW
MASON & RISOl PIANOS .ire used irom
the Atlantic to lhc Paeilie. 'lheir splendid tone
volume, their aiiis'ic case designs, combined
with lheir greal durability, have won lor ihem
lliis great popularity,
MASON 6. RISCH PIANO CO. Ltd.
WESTERN BRANCH, . : , , 1 , .  II   C, TORONTO. ONT
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I *   P. BURNS & COMPANY   .« 1
m 1
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^XA       MEAT       1
MERCHANTS 1
Presh nnd Cured Meats »
rrell    Pish,   (nunc   mnl |
i                 Poultry,
[    W« inppl) .nil. Ihe In-.t     Viiiii 3
IrnJe l« «„hi Unl ffl
Miiii.i'i... iiii Uu- principal lawni '(if
lu uhu.li inlu in a
MflMSSMMmW® ana      ■.'-": •: i na ■, •'. •. i -.: <-;
■ i\ (w
Ease
Elegance
Excellence
In every  department nl the
GREAT NORTHERN TRAINS
Tlu-quick, city cn h! triable wiy to
Spokane, .Seattle, Vancouver an il all points
cast a nd west.
For detailed  informal! nhlresfl
F. I. Wliilncy, Passenger Traffic Mgr, St. Paul Minn.
S. Q. Ycrkcs, A. 0. P. A„ Seattle, Wash. TTIE CBA3SBHOOK lli:i:ALU
Mfatfirirwrt-•> *.    ..-->.?» r-i
JLvening
Dress Suits
Have you got one lor the
I.O.O.F. Ball fan. 1st,   We
have a lot ol Dress Suits ol
the fines!: broadcloth tn.iteri.il,
nude by ( In the very
I itesl   styl       1 Vice per  suit
$2 !   nd $27
Cranbrook Cooperative Stores Ltd.
T
A   GIFT   FROM   ABOVE
Wuuld bo the exact term, should you visit our   up t lir Sh R fOtns,   and select any ol the   many
beautiful things there in the Furniture Line as a Cnri your relatives or iriends.    All
■iii agree thai no presenl is as much appreciated .is one thai . in be used in every day life.    Read the
fist below.   We are sure >ou will see something tlial suit  you as a Gilt to your Father,
Mother, Brother, Sister, ur Friend.
Bods   priced   Iron   $4.70   to  $6*50-
ovlt 30 styles.
Springs from $150    to $t>.50, all
makes*
Mattreasea Irom *J..J.0O to $17.00, .ill
Dressers and  St«u is ti im $15  to
$45, tlm, ash, oak -S m il
Chairs, commi n, from lJ"   :.
Rockers, wood, from j '.
Rockers,  leather,   lowesl   on   the
market.
Setteei. plain »     !-
Settees,  upholstered,  from $20 to
535.
Music Stands from $*> to $18, fine
Xmas Gift.
China Closets Irom $20 to $30.
CheHiners from $25 to $30.
XHAS
Groceries
Wc have |uil placed
in uui store, Iresh and
ocw, a fine stock ol
Xmas Groceries.
When you want eood
l>oods Ior Xmas Cook
ing   call   up   No.   9
rdephone,
The offer This Week the Best Cooking Apples on the Market at $1.65 Per Box
OUR COUPON
We will redeem theni till, neek nuder
the lollowlng condition*:
All |.,-i-iii,- ovei - m.u- old luu-t he
nl'ie to uii ail about 'im ml ibi- week.
All i-u -mi- betwei n 10 aud 16 muni
have coupon signed by father, mother
in guardian, aud he ana* to give ue a
genera] ean nl whal we are advertising
liu- lie,-k.
Allperson,under lOniust bring lather,
llmll,-I ul ,-il,,|..m     nitli Ibl'lli.
Cuupiiits Must li. Presented M it li in Une
Wwl Alter llie Issue ol this I'aper.
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Address
December II. 1905
liaii.ru.L Co-operathe Stores
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KMAS PRESENTS
What   most men and women want
for Xmas is something to wear.
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§BOOKS BOOKS
£    I'limiiiia- would nut be Christ-
9 tuna without books.
You inli imi 1,111:11- 1111
' thin lim- the laml in tlie district.
mil- l,.-l   li  il, I aim
Beattie« fltcbison §.':;;
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a    1*  1. mi   lane, im ia., .ii„i   c.iitiI  c.:.-:..:..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.,...........,........,-.,....... •,
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im a    bn   e, iijije     und ap|tru|ii iatc
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1 1 min a    trade  Ihis    m.,i   Iol   C.   I*:
U.   II.   I' ,11,1m.    I'm .      *     Will    i  lull   A    1*0 ,   .Ulil   Will   lie   |.l.'a   ei   :„
Ore) ly ,1    lew   sec his Iriends.
''•'■" ' j   si,.,l„a.|,,',,ie says, "iia* loving hub-
I'cle's barbel il  , i„ is the true   Santa Cluus.'     Nov,
Islticliou   1 i'lii'-', j 1, ibe iiiiiu In iiiuve it     Silver toilel
ill Went 1 |sel      .111   glass,  diamond  nun      All
tm    lbe    bull    .1    11,.-  Iiull-e     Ull ml.
I THE SUCCESS!
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See our drug ad, uu 1st page.  SiwhuIuim     ii 1   \*
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LOCAL N0TFS
Picked  Hn Abuut Ihc City   hy  A.kinK
Questions ul Many  People,
ih iiimii. clgai sl	
Bring in your Xmas lisl and let us
go over il with you. We are very
proud of our stock and we know
thai our prices will interest you.
Civil,-   Malnilia
.yplilllll  level*
.1.11111". Mi Kav
uuu  lliis  vveel,
It    li      Yules
..ill.   Tuenlai
I    I   II   Will
, lown Momlu
Wiliile If,
lia la I,I    wa
I Km I Steele
Wnldlicl    vv.
:,.      nan*  eaal    iiiull
be   ml	
I      lbe  leliiuli   Dint   Inn:  been  raised   bl
Uev.    I'm nn 11 a bun*,,- plant    Is
I mm mi ni |il,.v  in Uie window uf U
I I-. T  ,v Son, and it is ;i   brainy.
! i lie lem .-, luily developed aiid has
ml  a llaiv.      II  is I'lua.iali   lhe   old)
lemon evei  raised in this pari ol the
111 uiini   iu tbe ripening   stage    and
Hi    I-nl a.    natural!)   tccls just   .1
III lie   ,. i.m   nl bis leal
iimni 1n.1l.me, up hooks nml auditing,
i Specialty ui storekeeper's bunks. Ai
I ply A. i'. A., Herald olllco,       .lu-il
I    v   1    Barnes, an Insurance man ut
.1. of your Christmas dinner depends much on the X
!j! good things you have on your table, and the X
X different dishes you display these good things j.
t in. i
bin lie
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all    ul       tin
WE CAN HELP YOU
Hub 1
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1 net       III      Intn    ,"*■   '..I   111
charge ol I'liiuiin I liable   .1   S
liis, nl lbe f.  I'.   I!., hell.;', lhe
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.1   I'   liieim    ol   Mnyie   il   ii
witli  Robert  Campbell    nnl una!
llm.      I .-nil.t, .1      11.    i 1      iai 1
Peanut.- I a il
peaiuil   1.       le, Iituili   1111   liie  |i
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la llilil nl.e hoard ul I l.nlt-, spent, se
eral   days in    Criuihiuoli ibis week.
Spunking   ul  lhc   luwn    Mt   Barnes
'anl   be   wns   mosl   i.u lill    11111.1,■ m-
sell  uilli    l'i.ml I.  iis lie iiiii     mil
expect   to   see   Sll   lane a   lullll,   nml
Im uas especially struck by the big
si.aks 1,1 g Is carried in  ibe Cranbrouk met chants ninl ibe line uualil)
il splayed in men  line
s.iis Bruwiiitig, "The luviug wliu Is
lbe    Hue    Sen,,:,,   li.msiliii      ul      hei
liiibbv "    'liiat  is ill.  universal   ac-
''■1'ieil    "iiiu  B'llsoii'a jewelry
slum is lbe place where you ean besl
llll   Ills   BtOCkillg   llllll   suiiiel bill;',      be
mil    appreciate        Sterling   siln-i
iiai lln-     sets,    luilel      aels.   Hi.il.lU.lt..
s.-is      Wilson's jewelry sturc
IHE CITY1 COUNCIL
iiu- city     council mot    in rcgulat
a   nui     last    eit'iiiiij',   ami devoted
 -1   uI   tbe   lllue   In   lbe  diSCU&Sion  ul
the license live law, und the bye-law
lint prohibits lhe Use ul coupot
•i-   make that success,   It is our business to cater ;?,
•}  to your needs in this particular and knowing x
jjj  you demand the best, we buy only that quality ;!;
Bevans  Layer Raisins, pcr box 35c -J*
Eevans Fancy Clusters, I  lb. box 35c .'.
Pelican Malagas, I lb. box    _..... 50c S
Scgalerva Malagas, 2 lb. box  . 35c -j'
Golden Dates, 1 lb. pkt  15: •£
7 Crown Figs, per Ib         25c
I + 0:. Washed Figs in Glass 35;
18 o:. Washed Fi?s with Cherries in glass     50c
13 ot. Washed Figs with Nuts in glass 50c
;i; Cadbury's Chocolate bun  bons, in handsome -5-
't\ boxes suitable for Xmas gifts.    Photo boxes ?]
v picture boxes, handkerchief boxes, glove box- 9
v es.    Tin's selected chocolates; chocolate creams .|*:
;j; and milk chocolate; Malaga grapes. California '{!
;.; oranges; Jap oranges; Apples;  fresh walnuts; $
;!; almonds, filberts, brazils; Jacob's short bread $
;{; and fruit cakes. X*
|       In Our China Department J
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Then   a m.i
ll,,- leallu-l   ' .   m     nl
lllll-.   al   I'      I-:     Reill
M  'lie V     am       I'll
durable,   uselill.
When 1*     *
ire brigade was laid ovei Im a week
a,lue  ul   lbe   InelliVls   uiini tell   In
uine   nl    lbe   li'MUilllnliilatnai
Ali.ilii'.elin al:. ale    being  ii..uie     I"
  uiib  il.e government   in     the
utistructloii   ui a building bu    eil
purpose
'.'m!'.'.'81!:? ,,'." ■ •'• We have much that will appeal to the lover of ?
I X S0041 china; Royal Crown Derby, k'oyal Wor- ;j;
j X cester, l.imoges, Wedgewood, Coalport,  Ailer ^
j v Vale,  Minton.   In less expensive,  vet   good 9
j -j- English china we have teas and plates in white •;•
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.     nt ii      11 ..1.1 n.t v   hall  vvill     bel (
' - I"   ''miliary  I. ., petted     TM
Willi ,,  big  ball. |„„   ,„
I    iiul    wauls   situation   ns general lint,an
It < .17, P   0 '  ot charge.'   See the rutary"eii'lter'ln   Scale & Elwcli ibe oilier, ':'
H    C    Mnl Inn lell nn In il.n \    ral mil-ii-iales. I     The bills lot    lbe    leeenl    elecllnn
T    A    II
buy   II
in   Conservative'association im,' ;'; and blue, thistle and daisy pattern; teas and   *
'Vn^Ete'bu'ui ts'1u.derstoodl>tiiat X Plal;t;s' princess pattern, crown derby colors,   -^
ii quite u    number ui tho counciimeii X teas and plates, Worcester colors, white with   *|*
nine  lavor J. P. Armstrong.    The matter ♦ ,.               \                                                                                *
tires   was biiedy discussed last cienliig and I •-• blue border.
mm   iimi laid ovei tor    liiiihci' inlornta- V Y
■"'>*   Uuu. | X   X
|   in- Imperial Bank bus beeu   made .:. —                                          .:.
mis,   Um depository lor the city fun,Is.     I .'. f,
ml     Thc bund ol the treasurer and   tin* •:■ *-*,        m*—        w.    _r-k *—* -*r~, «-«. _-,               .S
llii-i   eilv clerk bus In  pul nl  Hi,llllll ami 9
tree   A li &    Roberts   litriilsh une nml
G. T. ROGERS
FANCY AND STAPLE UROC!.RII:S AND CROCKERY
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Mc bave tbcin for everyone, .it   j.
prices to suit everyone.        J
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C. li. REID & CO.,     I
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m.i     i.'l   nbl   Iiuine   III   Monti
j where she will spend Chtlstmns.
j     rate .1 Son are giving n Christmas
tlmir window nest Saturday lor par-
in alai-
li,iniiiie 11,ihi ,!iv point portraits
In calcntlal bum ilnsl rare anil ev
qulnlti- -r   I*.   Reid It Co.
Aiibi,. Cameron, who bus been nm
ami. OUI  nl   the lllll   ml   llie pnsl   live
months has been i slurred back 1,
Cranhrook
Por Sab- -IInnse ami bit on llm
in.ilii slieel nl .Mai )snlle.      Applv  to
Herald. :i(i-ll
M   .1   Vlgneux will look allei   lln
l-iem-h   ii.iib-    ilns   yeai   Iol   ('.   I-I.
Knul a ta I mil la  pleased    tt
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I Stock Now Complet-
i       est and Largest
I We Have Ever Had
s   Simon's Cross Cut Saws, Atkiu'sand
*        Alaple Leaf Cross Cut Saws
Black Prince Axes
J. D. McBRIDE
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lllii/.ili.ill  illal I I   I
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s.ms ieivelrv sturo
ring Im  Xmas.
Tbe      le
week as  I!
I.nil uver fm a lulu
I'l'i'iT'is'i'tu-     * special meeting will lie held nest
uE |h t|      Wil    Tuesday evening to expetlile t"
or  Hie illiiiil	
.ii-i* uf sunn- bye-laws ami dispoi
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the    spine     fur
Victoria, 11. I'.. Dec. II -On Mot
day evening al St. Barnabas enure!
Victoria, in ih? presence ul a bum
number nl Itiends, Rev, I-:, a. Millet
tin-    Imii- bonds nl in,
a..;.+;+-+++;+.!.+-;|. h.;i, H@iei6toie4etei@KMei$4e*@ietetetet6totetdietoie46iete4@ietet«
A FEW FIRE
INSURANCE QUESTIONS!
youi   Xnlis   undei!  In   lhe     hull* biiiuis ni  matri-   •-,-,',.   .    .,        ki        -,-      ...   /■» .- ;t
laiii i ■ ,no,iy j,,,,,, pingai smiih, oi   Cran-   s 'hat the Non-Tariff Companies  operating  in m
,'""' „"' i *, p. c., to Adelaide' stcii re, $ Cranbrook District would like insurance to ask *•
-hu" °< ""■ '"'" l""j"",i" before placing their risks; |
.,,,,.,      ,,„,,u,iii,,      ,,,      ,,,,      u.u       i.i,,,, I,,,, ii ,
ll   will  heautilj     vnur   Ralley, ol Victoria.     The bride who Sl
■ was given  niv.tv     by  Iaa   bmlbet-ili- ■'
lifieil with   luw, Mi. .1. I'   Burgess, wore   a be- ;
■ Sash   St  comliie travelling suit ol navy    blue i
Aro the insurance ruti.-s nf  the  several Turiff Insurance
i e In    liieiaI [lie   in., i J. .t:   suceest   m   ine   .-.asli    .v coming   llavellinn sun   nl  null*     lilue Hi ■"    .,„    "i-,„,„"'.    ......o   ■-.    «»<     a, ,,,,.,    ,„„„    ,,,-,,.,,,,,, -- ^
li,. i, ,n |.,j,.,,,i,,,      ii nui painted "'"" cnmpnni will lean  Saturday cloth with Imt to match,    she   was j'. Companies lis,-.I bv tli" General agents of these < lompanies in ,j
aimi.i ri h 'rn lovely nature scenes I »'ilh   Mi     Meln Isun i i Wnterdown, attomleil  lit   liei     sister, M ss Ann* ip Sun Friiiieis,',,. on 111" Imsis of the  tin- waste  in tli"   L'nited 2
Kiel,  si,,-      work ui ail,     i,"'"      """' """'' Kcnileiiten will re- Haley, who   was attired In a   very 5   states, or are they fixed by the Mainland   line!  of  Fire  li,. *
dr!igy»iu;c:'iK,,ra r'- H"",A''-i "lii^ti:;,;1.:1:. , ,„  'JAiARAAAAr A: ^ ,i..,vvri„:,, i-r,.,r,„, ,i„.(•;.„.,ii,.,i rir.. «.„,..- u,, tb. h.^
i i,,*ie ii i.biiii ni tlm iluu ma bowl Sash a  Doot .nnipuii)   will leave mi K' " »'''' ablj  supported by    Mr. jj- named, is il t nr r  ami il liy the latter, why do not thej   assume
,i    .ni,...'    'in,,   xmas will iiul he Salurdnj  t t  Waleidoivn   oi :    toi a A'Hnu   Bailey      Little Miss' Nellie t the responBibllity?
Xmas ii you do   not call lo,    yoiirlshori vlsil tu i *     Mi   M.b- Suclalr niece ol■'^rlde, acted »■ ;+        I9 it not a facl that resolutions of  Boards of Trade and j
, ,in'm.   [mule    iii,   11,,-   iihunisesi     ,1    " sun is , lie nl    tn- lum  i   :   [nl   most ""Wil   cul.       I lie ;iluiim s plesem   to )t    .,       .    ,.        ., , .    i       .    , i ..
*■ liu* Km. "j  iiuiii'■      i'"""*"sj   ■"       lr ,|M| I,,..,,,,.      ,    | ,„,|iulai Uu bride was a liantlB , gold brace- J j other bodies of business men who pointed out the unfairness  "I
he is sui-cesslul. Irt  ' '" ,l"'   bridesmaid a    pearl fy the increases were utterly disregarded?
If  vnn  are   the  fm Iluiate  winner
St   So
I *li      Tin
nee vv.n choral, Mr.   r-
Tate   a* Smij's 'u;i'i,.k.s'iiik eoiii'peiVi iuii:   "n   I'   Hrnra   Miles, iclurns    in ,        ;,. I,.'"', a'!',1,"',, ",'m ''!!■"",'' tV' %.        ts there a doubt In the minds of business men that thej
vmi can have I -holcc nl n   iniiiil,.., 11 i.-i.-ii. ir,,..   N   It. nn Satunlaj  loi .',„•„,„ \'Rh ;,,;,. numerous   and 11 small concessions made by the Tariff Companies is the  result $
",• i' »l'!° articles ol ieivelrv.   See a Minis visii      iu vyi   have i|tiiic a ,„,,,    ,■    ,   tho popularity ol 0f loss of business by these Companies?
then   Vllluhill   nexl   S.illllil.iv    iai   I lew   lint .'ukllle.     i.i  !.   llllll   III   tile      .      ,       <•       '    H- „,   ..,,., '_._.._   _..._.	
Journey      In     Mile,   Inletid    bel  the happy couplo who lelt the   uo |         Would these rutes have been lowered lind there  been no M
„l ii,,,;, ' im   i.-iiiiii   i a!a  n.    exhaustive olSrookwItliitfie best wish!!    ot W competition   trom   Non Tariff   Companies,  vv ho   ull   along J
il.e    uiini   "'"'I) or Aesop In the urtgiiiul tlreek lMi mam  (rlcnds                  '         , ;Y have maintained fair rates?                                                           _\
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limit.,
.1   A   McDonald     K   c
laml.    hul  an   alleTcal    ...
il.ii   iiiiii   Judge Putin in emuI,   nml 10   II   Slntei ami Mrs   Slatet  will                              , ,,        ,    .-     n,   .,,.,,                , .,
the Judge ordered Mi   McDoimb  start Iui IVaierdowu, tint., on vim,'                1 $        Have the Non-Tariff Companies failed to meet their los_e_
ol iin- iiiiiin.    Mr   Miiiuii.ibi refuses tla)   next.      Before    i itm    il  Is CALEDONIAN SOCIETY DEBATE   -r in any one instance,even in the face of ono of the most dis-
lo apologue,   claiming thai he   was possible llml   Hi   Main mn)    have                 - I !c oslrotiB insurance years on record?
"^I711""^"; *M    . itK'b're" !"u,r' '■AX "UA'-< m.v-."' "-I'-.- AA!u.AAu\ :! 	
enbu'V1" AAAAAniA li; »'«■■.■ """:" mil. ««,^IIW_mwi.     n    I
the finest works ,,f llut modern inns-,'''i'1""1-
ims        Christy's cartoons,    Henry     n would b neb belle
it   charming masterpieces.   I'utfi  wile n Ninas pi
in    "■'■-    an   unquaiuiHi   success.     I lie ffi ,\\\ thai the Nun-Tarilf Companies operating in Crnnbrook $
' 'I'lesiinwl' in   Reiii'ii'ui   a Subordinate t I*'**1 irt;*■ "^1* of >'«>". Mr. Insurer, is a fair share of your busl- *
v'i  Pari ni the   British   Empire,"   vvas *' ness, and that you shall Judge them on their merits, and  not <j>
'.'"iV Pr0S|' c!1,"'"ll"B„!)a^orK',e'''c'?'  Me'ii.nv"'.*'* 'I'an'ib'.'iai ''l'i ui'-u'.s "   "'posl-   "''" tliscussed      Mr. Miuneil', loader H; hy hearsay evidence uffered by prejudiced  parties.     Applica- *
itm"   In "six*   skei'iim'i   U lli i iis,',,,  lively [ I.'  Thermometer nn   oven  ",' ,"10 a|Hrmatlvo, brought to his as- jp tions lor Insurance by Non-Tarlfl companies will  be received^
,,.   ,      ,     ,'   *   ,. ,, ,   ,'       "',       ,|,„,,'       'Print I    Iml    „,      slslniiee suliie   lell*   [liilelll   ai'|iUliu'lilS, Cm   l,, .
I'isli.u s heat Lies    S\ am   L.ttr     ,, ,lll"i-     ' "l'1'   enamel noi   watei   re-  .      ., ,      -    ., , .    ts     .    ' ^- by S
the sel -l'   P   It    •  Cn's    ilrna   sen,iii* Triple   revn vitii     grate   m, ""   ""ubar exeelli i the clear- <J2   ' Z
iih   sn.   i.  i..  una ,.  in. s    nt in;  , ,, , ,, ..in  manner of.summing up Ins case. % • {
sl',',"* ,    „.,       , ,;     , 'Several   others   contributed       tbelr* . „
Yuu are   Invilcd   lo lbe Melbmlisl      llm   slu es    Ii,   Cranl, I,     never   ,uot,  ,„  ,,,, ,le,la,e .„„,  ,„  „„. , | ADr
■biiri'li imvl  Sunday evening lo it   looked so well ns llm do litis yea,,   ,,,r(,s( (l| |ll(. evBning     Mt   r.rarTej, l|i f\I\l
■art In the  congregational song ser   » jvei  before have the merchanta  after    ably and Impartially drawing <f
rtco al   7..UI     The choir will    then enrried such stocks     tt,d if one has attention   to the strong points    ol )K»C*0tOtO>Ot0K)t0«OtOK)
.■nil in nu anthem and Miss Connol-  Um    right lo   ludge n m ll om-  i,r„|, sides, decided that tho negative 	
y will sing a solo   alter which   the  ments made the prices this yoar are ho(|   best ol lt.     All present en-
uu- nr      ii,ill i.l/    ....     ll...   ....i.i....i      Iiiu'iii    Mi in   i-ii-r i ,....'. '      * i ■. ■
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
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Pastor will   sneak on   (he siililcct, l°«'oi  than evei                                 | joyed an excellent  treat and it   v;.ih     Limoges china, and hand painted at     "The   very   button."   full buttons
Who is   in Illume' and the Item- Two front offices, seeuiul (loot Walls  decided !o Imii!   another debate     In  that, nr English cul glass.   Can you ami studs In gold, gold and platinum
etly. Come early   and   hriiig    a block, lot rent.     Apply to lleulc ft   four weeks lime, subject to be chosen  Ond a more useful oi beaulilul Xmas or silver,    ttlmt yuu will,    Wilson'*
ttmA, Llwcll, 7-tl   [in the meantime.                                  i prcscut'.'-G. T. R.'s.                          jjcwelry store. TUK   UltAMU'Otllv    11E1IAL0
When "i mi
Clinic in lhe Metropolis Stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Rockendorl
Proprietors
Opposite C.   P,   I".
Station
$1.00   PKH   HAN
Calgary, Aha.
£%«%*% *?*.'*•*».'*•» *»*»»*^^^**^0
I TISDALE |
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J Headquarters for ohoice j
j ', .'iiiili'iii, rv ami fruit    We it
] I nu* tin- ageuts here for the fu
i.   t,    I:    Chocolates su
A WISE MAN.
HE   MU SU     II ST   illla    PLACE
-III  III 1    1'llRlSTMAS
PRESENTS
A gentleman   dropped inlu .1.    "
Mill *'s      bill     balllVM 1	
,|,1V       lh),       ileal..    Uilli      Ull'    lulluVVllM
colivet  ai   look  place
Mi     vi, Bride,   vi bai   ban
4 mous i,    I,    t  -oiuies bo ,  -^ ;;, r|iii;,mi   ,„,,,„,."
J vv.-ll kuowu by all   I,,vrs of t        rim Unas t nl        Why things
t I nliniisi     iiiiiii.mi   !.. ineiilluii,
, i I   sweets.    Shipments J ,|,,,.>      Cniversul bread mixet   lui
, made nu as In  lum- nothing ,
\    1,1,1  limill  U k. J
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i RANBROOK,  B   f.
TELEPHONE in
Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
ll is Healthy
ll is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
\   A. W. McVittie   J
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< Dominion and Provin- J
4 cial   Land  Surveyor. '
j    H. H. McVittie   j
4 Qeneral Agenl J
} TIIVH.l.R,   MINES   and \
» LANDS {
{ CRANBROOK,   I'..   C. i
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• CLINE'S POPULAR
: BARBERSHOP
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J is now located in its cunilurt
, able and attractive new quar-
♦ tcrs iii tin- Walls building. .•»
^ This Institution is iust up-to-
* Jul.* .md is modernty equipped
T I,, du iust tin- best work iu all
, branches ul the tousori.il art.
I
X   Burning your smoke is
f        GOOD
! Burning a smokeless coal
BETTER
| Burning a smokeless hard
8 coal from Bankhead Band
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\ Your Draying
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in :i iiiiiiiiimr llml in- »
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ln*'„i      Wn   '.mill   to »
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luu* to hibor hard lo J
accomplish that ob t*
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4       CONTRACTOR
X i'iinii ,  la.il.-r,   Un
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a work titiili*i*l:ik,*n.  (Inlors lefl •}•
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THE RAGE'
this   season  for   Xmas  jjifts !
arc potrait.s in sepia platinum with a very artistic mounting,
which is entirely
new
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liOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
STOCK BROKERS
AND DEALERS IN
MINING  SHARES
Vic Euy and Sell  on  Commission,
WANTED:-Western  Oil  and
^        Diamond V,*ilc Shares.
Waghorn Gwynne &
Company.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
is
BEST
I have tlm sole agency  fur
Craiibrook District and   del.
ivur ii iii for SSn-'i  por ton
CO.  li  Weigh I  giinriinteeil
nil   UIV tiVVtl   public m'lllt'H
Talior S„l'l  Coal  $11.75 delivered 0.0. I).
Expressagc and Draying
W. li. WORDEN
• Phone 86
,e,,|       , l,.a|.i Sell     Ullll.ll
Si-Wing   lliaiililte,   a    uushum   mat blm*
tablet     cutlet)   ot a    ..uiu.*     et
Musl   ui   I  are ...l.ulate.l  to      I
eel,,,,,,!,    Will    malt    lift    lllll."      Hi 111
,.,  und Inn    liie   liai'tmi       I      lul
[•ul, e    llll. bi   |«1     thli   I"    nan.
.,, ,-,.|, labia    II,., lllli    UU,*   III
, Ute        Is  lllel,'  .,   lllllll  allVVVliell'  lib"
eve I      lam       UlblelllV    111'   imm,
I uiu II   Ma   ""      I I   HU'  "na
I,,„||,|||     el    his     III* I     lau    Inula Ui
|,UVe   a    lam*,*     ■ ' '    "'   I""1""
linv,-. ,,i  i  lunl       Iml
Sun,*  Wuuld la*    lllllll'   'li ill  ill
Willi a  |l[   *'i    ia . nl  In i  owl,  I
null.      I.nelliel     Willi    llllltlll'l "I
,,,111-..' T title  uud   Sll i,    lull I   etui
ll.ll,*    ||     llllll     III       lali lllll     Itl'lll
rn , ,n ,..i,.iv  haw      lb te un
     Im   lhe   ilalll    hal '    I!
s.,i, ii   i irn     «. ■   lllll '   Sale
V     ,,,/ il',       I'  Uaele lie       l.l    ■'
ll lui h   n*i|illle   Ilu   111, :    ul
Inn   Hunt- wc huve tb,- sole aie,a I   I
Cranl ik and an*   nil"1"   " ■'"
i; nn euch niiili- Ili.-i   nm be |itll
chased .mm b.-ii- in ilu-  al Slales
uml,.,   $2,511       Then   lie   bave  ,1   spur
nil   brand  nl   line  qunlil)   vi ileeil
razors s|teiiallj  udaliletl lui  presents
I  young I - i ii liartieitliii
...-■a i l.-ii... i,  friends.     Tlie In  mail
is "Two   Mends   are   Heltel     Than
l ."     Sec the point'.'
■ Uell. .1. I)., vmi can send up ti
my place a carpel sweeper, sevvin.
machine, iacli knife, 32 rille, p	
ul the kids, and I'll Ireul inv ell   I
um- ,,(   lhi.su     liiliai tla.l.al ia   I.nm -
I'll    Sl-ll.l    lllC   VVlb*    llnWll    111    pick    mi
whal slu- wants.     Sn lung."
ADDITIONAL LOCAL
Emu-)   .i ' apes.—Fink llio
del read)  to paj  vm iun las loi j
mn* ia Minii  e ing
Mi.   Stewart,    "i  the Movie drug
lorn, was in liuin hit I  unl,
(i I**, illi     preserves     .lust     like
whal mother uu ue   0   T   I! 's.
I     ll    made a    I t   several
a lbe prairie lbe imal week.
V K. I.i il a ,■ up trout .laiiiai
Ills!    I a.   -I   i    aa   a   li It   I *      lal
Mi .   .luini       lli Nnl returned   lasl
I'm ii i  a ii.  Portland
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ll is now lime to select your
tl presents for Xmas.   We have ev
It ery up-to date thing in lies, braces
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j Cranbrook Sash
; anil Door Factory
t
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!      All kinds of finish work in
1  way of fluuru, windows, Iran
I soma, etc.   Kiln dried lumber
for inuiili- work.   Our work m
guurauteed ut„! our prices are
satisfactory,    St'ivou    doorB
Iv'tiui'li mid Dressed I umber
For Salt-
Geo. H. Leask & Co.
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
ill m    Ullvorll- ll,  Iml in
ui tliis ml in ilu> llorald tn
e|li|,|i:l-l.'e il.
CKANBUOOk, li. C.
Neai Lower Aini.-iiiiiiii Avenue,
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers
find Surveyors,
CRANBROOK, B. C,
THOS. T. MoVITTIE, P. I,. S,
I. T. LAIDLAW, y. H.
Cranbrook
Livery  S
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
Tenuis tuul driver, ftirilluhed fill any
point tn the ,11st,b-l,
A. DOYLE, Manaitcr
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
uf repairing,   (live me a call.
ITM.I IN   Ml RDEKHI!     AT   MOlt
R1SEY.
Dec.
-Provincial cut
arrived to-da
ub Prank   linaii
I      ami nil   nil
;  a   fellow'  Italia
..■i.i   al Murrisse
Kent
tabic Drummon
uui, Morrissey
au. an Italian,
iiurgc of iiiiinli'i
..iini'il tiiilui du
i hall pasl live last uigbl.
It appears thai an Italian store It
lln- Mi.rrissev townsite is the usual
jilace ol meeting foi Italians on San
lay. Yesterday quite a numbei ban
congregated al Ibis store in the al
teruoon   .mil about ,i o'clock    sonn
lisputo arose   n un theni in   wlticl
lln- prisoner and Un* murdered mai
worn mixed up. Tins dispute led ti
,, scrap inside ol the store and when
order was restored, through the In
(litencc ol sumo ol the lliiliuiis pies
■ni, nt iihniii. halt-pasl live, ilm pris
incr, Um deceased and n uuinbci a
■liters lell the storu with lhc inlcn
Ion n( roluruing to lhc tiitiioiiail,
iiiiies, where they all reside am
...l'k.
A lew minutes alter leaving tin
luie lbe dispute ivhieh aruse iltsidi
be stun- was renewed anil the re
evvill ll-sulli-ll  111 lhe ileue.iM.,1 lllllllll
bis liainl in bis pockel ami pull II
.,   klille .Simile    Una     the   |llis 1*
Frank    Aiiiaiilau, drew  In-, revulvei
liu-   ile, e.mi-,1   turned   aial       ami   a
be   tin!       llll.     lunl       tin,iiii ei
three shots and dropped bun
Nol content,   Iiii.iiiI,in i.m mul iii
ed two iii.iri- shots al  Ills bead a    in
Inv   prostrate.       Ulel   Ihis   llut     a
ceased nevei  moved
111   the       innlal    Ul        lbe   e.V.ll.'inel,
which ensued II Hugble nml .1 linn
null, two residents, lorced thi-li win
through lln- rrovvil, seized Anialituu
disarmed bim,  made liim  Ibei *
,ael   and   tuul,   Inin   In   Ibe  ball up
TllU.se   Willi   bale   SCdl    lbe   I...  ml
say   tlul.   lbe  course   nl   Hit*  'liiia ei
when iitiuiiii}', iivvav,     ean he Lracei
vutb the drops ul blood which    ni
lowed the first shol
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BEATTIE      .V   ATCHISON'S     All
VANTAOE.
VI       VI,  I         Wll    llll       lleel,
 I   lie        i  Iml   llllll  lit     lallili.
1,11    ll,m        ,,l     Mil.I,lullll,
Nee    |l         ml I.i'.    .,1 'I  il
ilali in   di' pal i-pt-lls       ll
I. a    .mm, nail
iaa   lltiii l.l    wan I a in      il ■
   li Id   lhe  llel ilil   lllllllll!    \|i
pi) ..*  lo  llle Herald ulDiir
'I'll.'    I lli.     I       .1    lim   I     |li,|)lllltl     ,,-,,, I
    a   lllill '  1     lne    lllllll
111 labia   IV	
*■:      i .1 ti      ,lu I'pli  Vim.i ■. ul
«  peg,    me     I III-    gill   I     ul   Ml
Vim   mn MU      III I     ll, Sal,I,
fa *    e  fi    te       Kind    tin   lUllit'l
I'he    I  i.   ■  I-I    .alien,      ll
ilna   i Unl   sels  are  at   Wilmmi
mw,-In     	
in,a lla- vv .i I En ni ■ ami Hit- ntiie
li T. K luu ib.* shelled and groliolih
wall  nuts,   rilheii .     almunils   hazel
'-tl    T    II
I .. iiii- sttaiuii  j,i   Marysville     n
'■"ii .i. iaa* n> li   red; branded   on
aa Kor inti nn,iinm apply lu
v.   \   Wanl,  Han .villa
"And ton * llicii sweethearls and
theii    in Ml     linn'a     Irom
■n  ei,n ai   IVilsou's jewelry slun-.'
tit     Tm ,     i. II  .i i.l etui ,	
turned fr  Morris, Man,, lasl wort
aiimniialiieil     In    bin      mOlllCr,        .111 a
K.iainei,    „t,,l   brother,   .lolm  Kast
Frank Derosii;. who has been con
lined   in  lhc hospilal  the pasl Ivva
weeks   wilh a broken lau. was abb
n return lo bis la.me in .laffrai lasi
I,ai.l.in
I-'. .1 Sn.i iii. of lho Movie la-mini
vas in Invvn lasl Tuesday on Iii:
nonlhlv imiiel-ii-i, Mr, Smyth sa.
Ian   Mm in   ii s nevei     in such bin
-I  its'I i- now.
What   I .nn. ti   i     Ibe   clgai '     Mar
in    liickol        li.'ward ollered Ir
■     ■' tm a vviiolc box    ..
tl    'ul : linn's   ata.it    alula    " '
It. Walker, an employee at th
tub.I li null al Fori Sleele dunctlnn
ivas injured lasl Tuesdav I.v a deai
nn tailing upon him, He wai
hospital
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iery.
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Our range of staples, such as, ♦♦
Inviclusshoes, Siuli Proof rubbers, ♦♦
Slanl'ielils and 1:1 Uses underwear, JJ
Carss nackinaws, II. B. K. los. jj
Gloves and Mitts and Stetson Hah
is always complete.
When peupi
ibis   lilt-
Jilt-   luu ;■   till   liiliai
llllllllalll   lllel   bain   I,
cost,       Especiall)     t
When   llieie   nle   .1   a	
ii.any In buy lur. ll is Ilia Iniporl
ant Item. This week a pari) wenl
into Hcattic St Atchison s big iimi
mas cm|iortum ami aflei looking ovei
tho stock anil pricing several	
has, said: "I don't need to go mi)
further. 1 have looked through Hu
slums in Nelson and also iu this
invvn, and I can sen    in* comparison
llllll. wll.it you bam said allolll low
prices is right. And as you have u
varied stuck il. will be easy fur nu
lo make my selections, su I do tint
need lo go -any iuiihcr."    This nel
ilalll' lunl: place in liaatla & ..nln
sun's slum tin- lilsl ot Ilia waal: and
js  OVillullCO  I'l  llll-  I'.ll-t   linil   Ibis  Iiilu
is giving Un- low prices thai the)
liiiiin. 11 any further |irooi is needed yuu can gu in Inr yourself and
niii-t' their line of gilts.
ATHLETIC CLUB MEETINO,
In   in luini'   Willi   tl iiiiiiniu'i*
ment In these columns a public meet
ing wns iiebi in Wentworth hall un
Monday evening nf lliis week in con
aider the possibility ol ereclino ,
bu bliini fm social, literary ami alb
Intn* purposes. Ills Wnrsliip, Vlnyot
Itngi'is, presided      Hel    .1   P   Wc I
man    was railed    upun   in  I    hav	
had a grenl deal  xpcrlence In Ihi
mattei        lie   pre i ami .,  alan    ,.t
building     ami    lined    .,   posslblt
moans ol rttimlng tl.c si	
Iters.       I'i.rluiii'     nml    c !h,.|,|
Messrs. Harvey, Orccr and N'oblei
all spoke expressing their approval of
the    stiii'iiu tliiieil.     Aiiei   much
ilisullssinli   a   i mnl lee  uf   siv-    wen-
.i|i|iiiiiiti'd tn Inquire into the purchasing of in*., lots upon which lo
erect a bu lililut. This committee is
Iii reporl to n public meeting lo he
held in lhc Mclhodlsl Mem. I mi Friday evening n[ lliis week al II o'clock
All are Invited,
 -f	
CHRISTMAS l.lt;i DRS,
This is the time of the year thai
pt'ople are 1,inking (in llmir liuisl
mas .supply ol flquors Ior culinar)
use mid also lor di inkum purposes, li
behooves anyone vvim is but mj. lo
gel. the best and that can he done by
patronizing   mv place,   as   1   carry
nothing else, and my pi , are such
Hint yuu ate laaini] lu |„, satisfied
We make a speolaltj . f supplying Ihe
domestic liiul,' and will be pleased to
have yuu call or recelvo ynur orders.
Oul of town orders vvill receive
prompt and careful attention,
A, c. Buivuttss
JUST   GRAND
ti is what every lady says of ou
%t display of crockery and glass-
|| ware.    Don't  fail  to see   our
JJ Dinner sets, tea sets, 5 o'clock
♦♦ teasets,desert sets, celery dish
JJ es, bon  bons, chocolate pots,
ti
ng ti
In
liie Herald wants tu print tin
v.s, but it cannol always do il as
iim esc s.        If ynu know    ant
1,
it       tills    III
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salads, cream and sugar, tea- jj
pots, marmalade jars, cups and JJ
saucers, tea plates, cake plates jj
moustache cups, shaving cups, |J
rose jars. Also a full line of JJ
staple table wear and toilet ||
sets. tj
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GLASS WARE DEPARTMENT  it
Our Glassware department is complete.    There JJ
ft are plain and cut table glasses, berry sets, salad j|
|| celery, cruets, decanters,  water bottles, 4 piece |j
JJ table sets, syrup jugs, butter dishes, vases, fruit JJ
♦♦ , , I    _L _. ff
♦* stands and trays
JJ
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el     il.
1  1   .> 'lelniiiiiil retreal   I Isul
n im Im.l   and   * aligeil  thai
iiinll pall) .an I,,- alisululcl) nn
il   a   lum* 1,   oi   bim   diiinei
Alia   llelahaye,  uhu ha
spr
tlull.il      lull    I,
■ I   ul   Mr
nln.ml.    Miss  Delahayi
 1 Iriends  who   hop,
,a 1  in ii,,ni 1,
liai'iatil    11,1111.,1
 ler,  free nt in
Illn   In
ine   I .1.1   I ■■■ team,   l.umt,,.	
.in    tm       bad   1    Ilalll   Iml,    ' Ihi
ml   link   as   In.   Wai anal,,   Hm   iel
Ileum, uas compelled    l.
lull
lu
up,
In
inlu mil. ul almoin
s were piled ,,,,
i  am!    ,a,ill     e,
Thi'   dead     Imt
linnet Ill    I
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Engine 175 with CM Barney in
charge  I Krai llumunl as conductor , I Ihe Irani was lhc hist to pull
out ol Cranhrook will, the now clec-
ttie lieailllghl      iia I are a greal iin-
prnvenu'i t mi il i,l i gnt, as they
enable the engineer lo sua for a quarter of it mil i a   straight  track.
All of the engines on lhc Crow will
in* similarly equipped as fasl as the
wmi, can lie ibiim.
"Ini    bar cu   aallaghoti" Mike   Iel
bet go,
Antl she bii   Hm pike fm* her   Old
Chati'iiii
With Two Flakes ami  Iron King   In
tow,
I! tl  Hi Iinm bas them all on show,
Kor Xmas presents i larlln'.
Miss I-.HipI McKay, who bus chargo
ol lhe Cranbrook poslofTlco tor Mr.
Rcallle, formerly bald a similar pnsi-
tlot to pits! ..Hi..■ ai Lcthhrldgo.
le ' i ue daj -iia was the lorlunato
rcclpienl "f n purse containing   ll 11
■ * a    Id  nf upi nia,n  from    lbe
patron   ol the Lethbridge olllco, The
III    a   a     handsome une and    wns
01 Ith '   a  of  what     I lie    pcoplo  ul    llm
pralrlo town thought ol her waul,-,
.1. A. Arnold, sccrclarj ol the lacrosse Huh staled lo the Herald this
week llml fm the recenl ilaitco thero
were 7n tickets sold al 12.00 each,
making a total ol 1110,     There was
i ■ili'bliilliess   nf   $117 ill   lllll!       Ill,'
expense oi llm ball wns $12.80, llius
leaving an unpaid balance of $'10,80.
Mr. Arnold would be pleased to huvi'
anv one examine tim accounts who i*.
desirous ol knowing mure ot the details.
Bisql liiii..   in   oxqltlsllely chaste
designs al Tisdale's lilmlrahle Im
Xmas presents.
There will be a meeting ..I the
Cranbrnoli board „! trade nexl Friday
evening at   Wentworth bull  for    Ih'e
purpiu f   li'ii'iiiiu*  ,' " <--l
of ib,.   officers and   el
tiinn   f"l   H nsulllg  vei. The.
II  FINKS1 GROCERIES
|| are  noted for purity and be
J* iny- the  best to  be found iu
4* &
J J Hast Kootenay.  Our teas and
JJ coffees are the very best on
JJ the market.
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TIMBER NOTICE.
[ NOTICE    lib'    HISSiH.I  l*Ul\     (IK
P til .NEUS1IIP
* i     Wn   enn   b,-l|,  V nl   ui     l«
«W       YOL'H Hlli nil.IV        (W
ll   it   is ynur
XMAS CAKE OR
PUDDING
Thirty days after dale we Inleml
. to apply to il.- iiii.-f Commissioner
»fl,ol Lands and Works, Victoria, tor a
*4  SJieoial   License    In   cul   and carry
*t* , away tiinbei  1  lbe following lies
J^'crlbiJ hinds situatod in South   Easl
He
III
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Iiiii ia tlm trouble,    Call rT i Kootenay
1 see snmples on .-'aim- \*t\   Commencing at a post  planted   21
cuorl.l J*\   i"v. I'"', u. mul mi Muiiiliiy [JL I miles, mure    or less, norlh nl    thc
1     *|V(   Rec lltli al j'    iiirilicrii   boundary lino   olLol7.il*!,
I W _. __  . . _._ )#iI thence running nortii dO chains, thence
hould be a large attendance and new \*f*\   FINCHES    jjfc | west 80    chains,     thence   sail    mi
illlele  I    lllilliifesll'il   ill   the   WOlll.        II   Al
is   Imposs  fm    officers   alone to ?!   ij,,.„„i.,.       ,,,„i i    , _ ■
make a success of such an organlza- JJl tumiinuni,   tju cement.
li' iless   Hie penpli' take n band _£i_i__-________ I "ie King Lumber Mills, Ltd,
nnd lend their assistance. XTTTTTXXtTXTPXXT     Dated November 3, 1005,      84-51
Home Hade Bread Shop   lA^AiRAl" ™,st 80, f^< l""L
Hi  .,,   Uu       Cranbrook   '- ' -    chains to point ot commen-
Imiiieei,   Thomas   11   Hickey und   \
P   i'l tie, linih ol  Ua, tsv ill,-, in,,
di solved ou Uu- iai ul ilm dale Ituro-
"I.
No liuiliei debts shall be contracted
In thu nui,,,- oi llm unu ..I Hickey ,t
Chenette,
ill debts du.- hi lb.- said firm ol
lliil.ev ,\ Chenette will be discharged
hi lhc said Thomas II Hickey to
u liuin nil accounts due I" ibo :„u,|
bi in mil alsu be payable.
Witness our baud tins 7th day ut
December, 1005.
Thomas W. Hickey, 87 It,
A. P. Cbcactte.

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